Ground pavilion’s of the metro station "Prospekt Marshala Zhukova" architectural image resembles a grand entrance to museum, memorial or gallery. The pavilion is made of architectural concrete – military facilities’ color, and its diagonal copper terracotta triangle is associated with a burned-land section on the Great Patriotic War’s battlefields. The floor is lined with dark gray tiles that mimic paving stones on Moscow Red Square, where the Victory Parade takes place. The pavilion’s shape is airy and light. It represents a modern interpretation of wartime atmosphere. Station platform’s architectural and artistic design is based on three key ideas. The gallery’s central columns are demonstrated a variety of war newsreel footage led by Georgiy Zhukov. Passenger in the gallery’s center feels like a hero in a black-and-white war movie, then feels like he is surrounded by people in real time and color. This is how allegory effect works: the present time is impossible without the past. The walls along the platform are "speaking". They are like white canvases of life, which depict the qualities inherent in Marshal Zhukov and millions of soldiers who defended their Homeland. At the sight of the words "bravery", "valor", "honor", "peace", "courage", "fortitude", the passengers’ feelings of pride, respect and love for the Fatherland are awakened, no matter if it's a veteran or a child. The ceiling above the space of the driveways is copper terracotta with black slats, which in the future symbolize the St. George ribbon that reaches to infinity.