It is named after Tsvetnoy Boulevard.
The entrance vestibule is located on Tsvetnoy Boulevard, close to the Moscow Circus on Tsvetnoy Boulevard. Its proximity to the circus is reflected in the subject of the green stained glass seen in the entrance hall above the stairs. Which has images of clowns .
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