One of the most beautiful and original stations of the Moscow Metro – Slavyansky Bulvar.
Slavyansky Bulvar - the station of the Moscow Metro, located on the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya line. It was opened on September 7, 2008 between the “Park Pobedy” and “Kuntsevskaya” stations. Became the 177th station of the Moscow Metro. Named the same as a near located boulevard.
The station is decorated with metal elements in Art Nouveau style, inspired by the entrances of Hector Guimarre of the Paris Metro. Forged metal ornaments of leaves and branches are placed in large cavities of the arch.
The station has three benches in the shape of a rook, above which the station name is marked with a flowery font. Lanterns are placed on the tops of the “trees”.
Track walls are lined with green marble "Verde Guatemala". The floor is covered with black coarse-grained granite "Verde Bahia", at the edges of the platform it has a heat-treated surface.
Slavyansky Bulvar, along with Krasnogvardeyskaya, Konkovo, Vorobyovy Gory, and Krylatskoye stations, is a station of the Moscow Metro, whose names are located in the center of the hall, and not on the track walls.