Belyayevo (Moscow Metro)
|Moscow Metro station|
South-Western Administrative Okrug
|Owned by||Moskovsky Metropoliten|
|Connections||Bus: 2S, 49, 145, 196, 235, 258, 261, 295, 639, 699, 712, 752, 754, 816|
Trolleybus: 72, 81
|Depth||12 metres (39 ft)|
|Opened||12 August 1974|
It was designed by V. Polikarpova, V. Klokov, and L. Popov. The station was built on a modified version of the standard column tri-span design, with white marble columns and tiled walls decorated with metal panels depicting various folktales (artists by J. Bodniek and Kh. Rysin); the floor is revetted with grey granite.
Belyayevo has two underground vestibules, both of which are connected to pedestrian subways beneath Profsoyuznaya Street at its intersection with Miklukho-Maklay Street on Martin Luther King Square.
As between 1974 and up to 1987 the station was a terminus of the Kaluzhsko-Rizhskaya Line, behind the station there are a set of reversal sidings used for nighttime stands.
The daily passenger traffic is 59,800 people.
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