The building plan and space was defined by the historic development of Ostozhenka: type and insulation restrictions imposed rather low height (6 stories) and a Z-shape, which provided the building with a small corner square before the main entrance and a quiet courtyard from the opposite side. Save for the entrance lobby, the ground floor is occupied with two office premises (200 sq. meters each), while the top floors host 27 apartments of the total area of 3,200 sq. meters.
The hallmark of the facility was formed by an unusual façade decorated with sculpture fragments of classic décor. The façade is made of natural stone with its even surfaces cut through with a regular grid of large windows and full length glass bay windows. The surface pattern of hand-made fireclay body is of the same pale-yellow shade as the stone and is embedded into the façade surface to the right and to the left from each window and refer to the architecture of various times and styles. The projects places a special emphasis on night illumination of the building with column-shaped floor lamps installed in front of the facades and lower illumination built in their foundations. Moreover, every sculpture element got its own spot lighting which made the complex plastic solution much more sophisticated and impressive, making the building a remarkable object of the lane panorama both in day and night time.