Novokuznetskaya metro station

Novokuznetskaya is a station on the Zamoskvoretskaya Line of the Moscow Metro. It is located between the stations “Teatralnaya” and “Paveletskaya.”

It is located on the territory of the Zamoskvorechye district of the Central Administrative District of Moscow. It got its name from Novokuznetskaya Street, next to its location.

The Novokuznetskaya station is located between the Teatralnaya and Paveletskaya stations.

The station was opened on November 20, 1943 (the third stage of construction), simultaneously with the Paveletskaya station on the existing section Ploshchad Sverdlova (now Teatralnaya) – Zavod im. Stalin” (now “Avtozavodskaya”).

A station is an object of the cultural heritage of the peoples of Russia of regional significance.

Novokuznetskaya is connected by passages with both halls of the Tretyakovskaya station, a cross-platform transfer hub of the Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya and Kalininskaya lines.

The station has a ground vestibule in a street pavilion on Pyatnitskaya Street between houses No. 21 and 23. It is built as a massive rotunda with a mighty simplified dome. The architects of the vestibule are V. G. Gelfreikh and I. E. Rozhin.

This is the first pavilion in Moscow in the form of a rotunda with a dome and a colonnade along the entire perimeter. Later, this design will become standard (the vestibules of the Rizhskaya, Alekseevskaya, VDNKh and Universitet stations are its simplified copies).

The station’s design is a three-vaulted pylon deep-laying (laying depth – 37.5 meters). The diameter of the central hall is 9.5 meters, and the diameter of the side halls is 8.5 meters. Cast iron tubing trim. The project’s authors are the spouses I. G. Taranov and N. A. Bykova.

The interior of the station is rich in decorative elements. The design theme is the resilience and struggle of the Soviet people during the Great Patriotic War.

Ground public transport

At this station, you can transfer to the following urban passenger transport routes:

Buses: m90, n8
Trams: A, 3, 39

See also Moscow transport systemMoscow railwaysMoscow metro.

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