The Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 is the main part of the Victory Memorial Park at Poklonnaya Hill. The museum was founded in 1995 and opened for public on May 9. The museum complex consists of six dioramas: "The counter-attack of the Soviet troops near Moscow in December 1941", "The Battle of Stalingrad. Uniting Fronts", "Forcing the Dnieper", "The Kursk Bulge", "The Blockade of Leningrad", "The Battle of Berlin". The museum exposition also includes: The Art Gallery, the Commanders' Hall, the Memory and Sorrow Hall, the Hall of Glory and the historical exposition "Path to the Victory". The Museum has created an electronic Memory Book for memorialization of the defenders of the Motherland, who have not returned from the Great Patriotic War.
Visit: Victory Museum, Moscow, Central RussiaOn the territory of the museum there is an exhibition of weapons. It contains a variety of samples of military equipment and engineering facilities. There are unique exhibits in the exposition. Among them are rare planes, the best tank of the war T-34, as well as rare, famous and unknown engines for military equipment. The Central Museum of the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 and the Victory Park are a single architectural ensemble. The main element of the ensemble is a monument which is 142.5 m high. It is a bayonet with the figure of the goddess of victory Nike, decorated with bronze bas-reliefs. The ensemble includes: The Church of St. George the Victorious, the Memorial Synagogue, the Memorial Mosque and the Memorial Chapel. You will receive a single-entry ticket to the main building of the museum and to the open areas of the museum, which entitles you to visit the main museum building, the open site of the military equipment and engineering facilities and the open site of armament and military equipment of local wars and armed conflicts of the 50-80s. of the 20th century.