Sukharevskaya (until November 5, 1990 – Kolkhoznaya) is a Moscow metro station on the Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya line. It was opened on January 5, 1972, as part of the Prospekt Mira – Kitay-gorod section in the Meshchansky district (CAO), Moscow.
Sukharevskaya is a deep-laid pylon station (depth – 43 m) with three vaults. It was built according to the project of the architect R. I. Pogrebny. The diameter of the central hall and track tunnels is 8.5 m. The length of the track tunnels is 156 meters, and the middle (central) hall is 72 m. The pylons are trimmed with light yellow “gazgan” marble and stylized as tied sheaves. The track walls are lined with light marble “koelga” and decorated with inspired inserts (works by E. P. Kalyupanova and S. F. Kalyupanova). The floor is paved with gray granite.
At this station, you can transfer to the following routes of urban passenger transport:
Buses: m2, m9, s633, B, n9