Semenovskaya metro station was opened in January of 1944. The decoration of the station is devoted to the theme of the Soviet Army and weapons.
The station hall differs from all other stations in that the columns are installed in four rows, the hall itself is much wider than at other stations. The columns are lined with white marble with inserts of red marble. The floor is lined with black, red, gray and white granite.
The front wall is decorated with a relief depicting the Order of Victory with weapons and banners with the inscription “Our Red Army is Glory!” Previously, “I. Stalin” was written there, but it was later removed.
From 2005 to 2006, the station lobby was closed for renovation. For the first time in the history of the reconstruction of the Moscow Metro, reonstruction was carried out with the complete closure of the station for passengers, since there is only one vestibule.