Знаменитое здание


© Алексей Фёдоров, Wikimedia Commons
Zvenigorodskaya st.., 1, building 2
Metro Stations
05:40 – 00:20
Years of foundation
N.V. Romashkin-Timanov, Yu.V. Eechko, D.A. Boytsov, N.A. Vinogradova

The station of the 5th (Frunzensko-Primorsky, Violet) line started its work on December 20, 2008 as part of the first launch complex of the Frunzensky radius, but for a whole year had no exit to the city (it was necessary to go down and climb through the station "Pushkinskaya") . Only on December 26, 2009 the lobby and escalator passage “Zvenigorodskaya” opened.

The station does not have its own pavilion, although it was designed: a two-story building with a portico was originally planned, which harmoniously fits into the architectural ensemble of the nearby barracks of the Semenovsky regiment. But in the end, they decided to build the lobby into the Zvenigorodsky shopping and entertainment complex, designed by architect R.M. Dayanova.

The metro station is located where Semyonovsky Platz used to be, and its design is dedicated to the Life Guards Semyonovsky Regiment. At the end of the underground hall is a mosaic panel by the artist A.K. Bystrov, depicting the first Semenovites Peter the Great. The design of the station was developed by N.V. Romashkin-Timanov, Yu.V. Eechko, D.A. Boytsov and N.A. Vinogradova.

From the Zvenigorodskaya station, you can go to the Pushkinskaya station of the 1st (Kirovsk-Vyborg, Red) line, and from there to the Vitebsky station, from which electric trains go to the palaces and parks of Pushkin and Pavlovsk.