Park Pobedy – the deepest station in the Moscow Metro

Park Pobedy (Victory Park) is a cross-platform station of Moscow Metro on Arbat-Pokrovskaya and Solntsevskaya lines. Located in the Dorogomilovo region, Moscow (WAD); named after the park of the same name. It was opened on May 6th, 2003 as part of the Kievskaya – Victory Park section on the Arbatsko-Pokrovskaya line, on January 31st, 2014 as part of the Business Center – Victory Park section on the Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya line (shuttle service), and March 16th, 2017 as part of the Victory Park – Ramenki section on the Solntsevskaya line. It is a pylon three-vaulted deep station with one island platform in each of the halls. The deepest station in the Moscow metro after.

The official sources feature a different station depth: 74 meters, 80 meters, 84 meters, 90 meters. However, the platform, the escalators slopes, and the lobby staircases heights sum do not confirm these figures. The station’s main escalator tilt height is 63.4 meters, and the lobby small tilt height is 3.6 meters according to data published by the subway escalator service. The turnstile lobby is connected to the surface by a staircase and an elevator with a lift height of 4.94 meters. The passenger platform height from the railheads level is 1.1 meters. Thus, the station depth is ~ 73 meters, which is confirmed by the official website of the Moscow city urban planning policy and the construction complex.

Despite this, the station is the deepest in Moscow and one of the deepest among the former USSR subways. The Sheremetyevskaya (74 meters) will become the Moscow Metro deepest station subsequently.

Main attractions and facilities around: Krasnopresnenskaya embankmentBagration BridgeMoscow Theater “Workshop of P. N. Fomenko”, Panorama Museum “Battle of Borodino” and a monument to M. Kutuzov, Moscow Triumphal Gates, MIBC Moscow City.

See also Moscow transport systemMoscow railwaysMoscow metro.

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