Park Kultury is a Moscow Metro station on the Koltsevaya Line (Ring line). It is in the Khamovniki district (CAO, Moscow), named after Gorky Central Park. A transfer connects it with the station of the same name on the Sokolnicheskaya line.
The station was opened in 1950 as part of the Park Kultury-Kurskaya section after commissioning 35 stations in the Moscow Metro.
“Park Kultury” is a deep-laid pylon station (depth – 40 meters) with three vaults. The diameter of the central hall is 9.5 meters. The author of the project is Igor Rozhin.
It is located on the Koltsevaya line, between the Oktyabrskaya and Kievskaya stations.
The pylons are lined with gray marble. The track walls are covered with black marble and labradorite (below); the floor is lined with gray and black granite slabs, which form a carpet ornament. Hexagonal lanterns illuminate the central hall. The pylons are decorated with 26 white marble bas-reliefs by I. A. Rabinovich.
Ground public transport
At this station, you can transfer to the following routes of urban passenger transport:
Buses: m5, 138, 379, s910, B