Prospect Slavy

The station is named after the avenue, under which is located - Glory Avenue. In folklore, from the very moment of the construction of this avenue, the collision of the name with the male name Slava has been actively played up.

The design of street pavilions (exits) of the station is unified with the stations Dunayskaya and Begovaya.

An interesting point is the different design of the northern and southern lobbies. The northern lobby is decorated in the style of the Afghan War (1979-1989):

The southern lobby and its underground passage are decorated in the style of a mini-museum of firefighters of Russia, from tsarist times, through the war and the blockade, to modern times:

Here, in the passage behind the glass, there are two fire engines - based on ZIL-130 and ZIS-5, as well as something else that cannot be seen when the backlight is off due to bright glare.

The architectural solution of the station, executed in red and white colors, is due to its name. The main stylistic element is a large-scale stained glass cornice in an aluminum frame, elongated along the axis of the station. Stained glass images are associatively reminiscent of stars and banners. The red-yellow-orange tonality of the stained glass, combined with the white marble of the walls tilted to the center and the metal decor of the cable cabinets, gives the station's under-cornice floodlight a special warmth and solemnity.

Immediately behind this station, towards the station Dunayskaya, two single-track tunnels mate into one double-track and go to a shallow depth to the very southern end of the line.

The floors of the station are made of two shades of light gray granite. There is a red granite path in the center of the station. The passenger benches have decorative backrests, bent profiles and stainless steel bases, and oak plank seats.

The walls of the lobbies are tiled with red and white marble. Base - polished black granite. The columns are finished in gray granite with chrome metal stripes.

There is a beautiful clock at the end of the central hall.