Komsomolskaya station was constructed to act as a type of “gateway” to Moscow, which would form a visitor's first impressions of the capital. It is located under the three busiest Moscow railway terminals, Leningradsky, Yaroslavsky, and Kazansky. Komsomolskaya station was designed by prominent architect A.V. Shchusev assisted by A.Yu. Zabolotnaya and V.D. Kokorin and opened on January 30, 1952. The station's decor is based on Moscow baroque motifs. Its design was awarded a Grand Prix at the International Exhibition in Brussels in 1958.
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