The Victory Days of Russia Public Museum
Moscow, Veshnyakovskaya Ul., Building 24а
Founder, owner and director of the museum
Granit Artemievich Malakhov
The museum was created in 2001 by communist veterans of the Great Patriotic War. The idea of creating the museum was supported by the management of the Military University of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation and the administration of the Veshnyaki district of Moscow. The direct participants in equipping the museum, collecting documents, photographs, and exhibits were and remain residents of the Veshnyaki district of Moscow, and veterans of the Kuibyshev Suvorov Military School. Over the years, the museum has become the pillar of the military and patriotic education of the young generation. The Victory Days of Russia public museum is acknowledged by the mayor of Moscow S. Sobyanin, and Chairman of the Council of Veterans of the Veshnyaki District of Moscow A. A. Bobrinsky.
The tour program is adapted to the school curriculum. In addition to tours, the museum hosts thematic evenings dedicated to the Great Patriotic War. The museum operates on a voluntary basis.