Zhulebino (Moscow Metro)

Zhulebino (Russian: Жулебино) is a station on Moscow Metro's Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya Line. It is named after Zhulebino district and situated at the intersection of General Kuznetsov and Aircraft designer Mil streets. Zhulebino was opened on 9 November 2013. The construction lasted for two years. The station was to be opened on 6 November 2013, however due to a technical failure of a train at neighbouring Lermontovsky Prospekt station it was delayed until the 9th. Its location is outside the Moscow Ring Road beltway.


Moscow Metro station
Metro MSK Line7 Zhulebino Platform.jpg
Station platform in 2016
General information
LocationVykhino-Zhulebino District
South-Eastern Administrative Okrug
Coordinates55°41′08″N 37°51′23″E / 55.6855°N 37.8563°E / 55.6855; 37.8563
Owned byMoskovsky Metropoliten
Line(s)#7 Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line
Platforms1 island platform
Structure typeShallow column two-span
Depth15 metres (49 ft)
Platform levels1
Opened9 November 2013; 9 years ago (2013-11-09)
Preceding station Логотип метро в системе бренда московского транспорта.svg Moscow Metro Following station
Lermontovsky Prospekt
towards Planernaya
Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya line Kotelniki
Zhulebino is located in Moscow Metro
Location within Moscow Metro

The station is located underground although the track from Vykhino is at the surface for a part of the path.

The territory at which the station currently located was until 1984 a part of the town of Lyubertsy of Moscow Oblast. In 1984 it was transferred to Moscow,[1] and subsequently rapid urban development started. The whole area, along with Lyubertsy and other areas along the Kazansky and Ryazansky suburban directions of Moscow Railway were strongly dependent on the station of Vykhino, then the terminus of the Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya Line and a transfer station to both railway directions. In the 2000s, Vykhino was heavily overloaded. Eventually, the decision was taken to extend the Tagansko-Krasnopresnenskaya Line beyond Vykhino. The construction of the first stretch, with the stations of Lermontovsky Prospekt and Zhulebino, started in August 2011. The tunnels were completed by September 2013.[2]

Zhulebino was the terminus until 21 September 2015, when the new terminus at Kotelniki was opened.


  1. ^ Указ Президиума ВС РСФСР от 19.03.1984 о передаче некоторых населённых пунктов Московской Области в административное подчинение Московскому городскому совету народных депутатов (in Russian). LawRussia.ru. Retrieved 9 November 2013.
  2. ^ Участок "Выхино" — "Лермонтовский проспект" в Москве (in Russian). СК МОСТ. Retrieved 9 November 2013.

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