Zurab Tsereteli monument, is 141.8 meters high and reflects the 1,418 days of the Great Patriotic War.
At the base of this monument is St. George, the patron saint of Moscow, slaying the dragon.
The eternal flame in front of the Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War.
One of several dioramas inside the museum. This one reflects the 1941 Battle of Moscow.
Red Square in 1941.
Two dioramas of the 1941-1944 Siege of Leningrad.
Unfailingly moving, the Hall of Memory and Sorrow holds 19,500,000 names of the dead or missing.
From the ceiling hang tear-like shaped prisms, each one representing so many thousands of people.
In the Hall of Glory it lists the names of the 11,000 soldiers awarded the highest military honor, the Hero of the Soviet Union.
One of the war's Hero Cities, Kiev.
Another one of the Hero Cities, Moscow.
In Victory Park is the Church of St. George the Victorious, which was the first church built in Moscow since the Revolution.