Tretyakovskaya (Moscow Metro)

Tretyakovskaya (Russian: Третьяко́вская. English: Tretyakov's) is a station complex of Moscow Metro located in the Zamoskvorechye District, Central Administrative Okrug. It offers a cross-platform interchange between Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya and Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya lines. It is named after the nearby Tretyakov Gallery.


Moscow Metro station
Tretyakovskaya North 2010.jpg
Northern hall
LocationZamoskvorechye District,
Central Administrative Okrug
Coordinates55°44′28″N 37°37′39″E / 55.7412°N 37.6274°E / 55.7412; 37.6274Coordinates: 55°44′28″N 37°37′39″E / 55.7412°N 37.6274°E / 55.7412; 37.6274
Owned byMoskovsky Metropoliten
Line(s)#6 Kaluzhsko–Rizhskaya line Kaluzhsko–Rizhskaya line
#8 Kalininskaya line Kalininskaya line
ConnectionsTram: A, 3, 39,
Bus: м5, н8
Structure typeDeep pylon station, triple-vault
Depth46 metres (151 ft)
Platform levels1
Other information
Station code097 (Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya Line)
085 (Kalininsko-Solntsevskaya Line)
Opened3 January 1971; 51 years ago (1971-01-03) (southern hall)
25 January 1986; 35 years ago (1986-01-25) (northern hall)
Previous namesNovokuznetskaya (1971—1983)
Preceding station   Moscow Metro   Following station
Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya line
toward Medvedkovo
TerminusKalininsko-Solntsevskaya line
Kalininsky radius
toward Novokosino
toward Khovrino
Zamoskvoretskaya line
Transfer at: Novokuznetskaya
Tretyakovskaya is located in Central Moscow
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Location within Central Moscow

Unlike Kitay-gorod which was purpose-built as a cross-platform interchange station, Tretyakovskaya operated as a normal station before the connection with Kalininskaya Line in 1986. At that time a second hall was opened forming a cross-platform interchange. The two halls are joined by a passage located midway along their length and also by the shared vestibule, which opens onto Klimentovsky Lane.

The southern hall of Tretyakovskaya opened on 3 January 1971. Designed by V. Polikarpova and A. Marova, it has block pylons faced with white Koyelga marble and joined by a continuous marble cornice. Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya Line trains stopped at both platforms of this hall until 1986, when the new northern hall opened. Currently the southern hall is served by northbound trains of both lines, terminating at Medvedkovo and Novokosino.

The northern hall, served by southbound trains terminating at Tretyakovskaya and Novoyasenevskaya, was designed by R. Pogrebnoy and V. Filippov. It features curved white marble separated by translucent panels which conceal fluorescent light fixtures. The walls are faced with red marble and decorated with a series of plaques by Alexander Bourganov depicting 16 great Russian painters, whose works the Tretyakov Gallery contains.


The station is connected to Novokuznetskaya by a subway.

List of the painters, whose portraits decorate the stationEdit

1. Andrey Rublyov 2. Dionisius 3. Alexey Venetcianov 4. Vasily Tropinin 5. Alexander Ivanov 6. Karl Brullov 7. Ilya Repin 8. Vasily Surikov 9. Vasily Vereshchagin 10. Viktor Vasnetcov 11. Ivan Shishkin 12. Isaak Levitan 13. Mikhail Vrubel 14. Valentin Serov 15. Ivan Martos 16. Sergey Konenkov