JSC Mosmetrostroy is a diversified construction company that carries out on a contract basis construction of underground facilities, underground, transportation, civil and other structures from scratch. Metrostroy was established in 1931 and laid the foundations of the domestic metro construction. The first line of the Moscow metro was built in record time and put into operation on May 15, 1935.
STATION TRUBNAYA (Lyublinsko-Dmitrovskaya line)

August 30, 2007


The station Trubnaya is located near Trubnaya Square in the area of the intersection of Tsvetnoy Boulevard and the Boulevard Ring. Is a transfer to the station Tsvetnoy Boulevard Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya line.


Column-walled, three-vaulted station of deep laying.

Platform type - island.


The architectural appearance of the station reflects the themes of the ancient Russian cities of Russia. They are installed between the columns in the form of stained-glass windows with illumination above the benches. In total, there are 12 ancient cities and villages (Bogolyubovo, Vladimir, Kizhi, Kolomenskoye, Moscow, Novgorod, Palekh, Pereslavl-Zalessky, Pskov, Rostov, Suzdal and Yaroslavl). Above the end passages of the central hall a panel is installed.

Tunnel walls and columns are lined with marble of light tones, and the inserts between the columns are dark green. A simple geometric pattern of a granite carpet on the floor repeats the rhythm of portals with an alternation of light gray and black stone.

To illuminate the station, a soft incandescent light was used, as well as 18 boulevard lanterns with modern-style brackets.

The chief architect of the project is V.Z. Filippov, architects - S.A. Petrosyan, A.V. Ruban, Т.А. Silakadze, Т.В. Petrova with the participation of S.B. Prytkovoy.

Sculptor and artist - Z. Tsereteli.


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