Victory Park was unveiled in 1995 to commemorate the  50th anniversary of  victory in the Second World War. The focal point  is the semi-circular Museum of the Second World War where one can see 6 dioramas depicting the  main battles of the war, the Hall of Sorrow, the Hall of  Captains and a lot of interesting exhibits. For Muscovites the park is a very popular place for walking, skating and  bicycling. In front of the war memorial there is a group of decorative fountains. There is a memorial orthodox church, a synagogue and a mosque that symbolise that people belonging to different confessions were fighting to liberate their Motherland from nazi invaders. There is also one more important monument, Bow Hill. This is  where Napoleon was waiting for the symbolic key to the city of Moscow and where every traveler in olden times entered the city and had to bow in order to greet the Kremlin cathedrals.
The museum is open every day from 10 a.m. till 7 p.m. (till 8 p.m. on Thursdays) except Mondays and the last Thursday of each month.