Mendeleevskaya - the station of the Serpukhovsko-Timiryazevskaya line of the Moscow Metro. Opened December 31, 1988.
Named after the nearby Dmitry Mendeleev Moscow Chemical Technology Institute (since 1992 - Russian University of Chemical Technology)
White marble was used in the decoration of the station hall; the floor is covered with gray and black granite.
The uniqueness of the station is that the track walls are trimmed with inserts of stylized images of the deformation electron density of various binary molecules, which at the time when the station was built was the cutting edge of quantum chemistry. The idea of inserts was proposed by the staff of Mendeleev University, who took an active part in the design of the station.
The station is decorated with original lamps, the design of which resembles the structure of a crystal lattice.
From the center of the hall, staircases lead to the Novoslobodskaya station of the Koltsevaya line.