Ligovsky Prospekt is a station of the St. Petersburg Metro. It is located on the fourth (Lakhtinsko-Pravoberezhnaya) line between the stations “Dostoevskaya” and “Alexander Nevsky-2 Square“, Central District of St. Petersburg.
The station was opened on December 30, 1991 as part of the Alexander Nevsky Square – Sadovaya section.
It got its name from its location on the avenue of the same name (Ligovsky avenue).
The vestibule was designed by architects Yu. V. Yechko and N. V. Romashkin-Timanov. Built into the administrative building of the subway, located at the corner of Transportny Lane and Ligovsky Avenue. White marble, gray and red granite are used in the decoration.
Ligovsky Prospekt is a single-vaulted deep-laid station (depth ≈ 66 m). The underground hall was built according to the project of architects Yu. V. Yechko and N. V. Romashkin-Timanov.
The walls and floor are covered with polished red granite. The end of the station is decorated with an arch with a decorative stained-glass window.
Address: Ligovsky prospekt, 74, St. Petersburg