Moscow Victory Park spreads over 68 hectares. The main artery of the park is the Avenue of Heroes, which is lined by bronze statues of people twice awarded the titles Hero of the Soviet Union and Hero of Socialist Labor and statue of Marshal Georgy Zhukov (rus. Георгий Константинович Жуков), who commanded the Leningrad Front in the fall of 1941.

Monument to the Heroic Defenders of Leningrad was built in the early 1970s to commemorate the heroic efforts of the residents of Leningrad and the soldiers on the Leningrad Front to the repel the Nazis in the 900-day Siege of Leningrad during World War II.

Peter and Paul Fortress was used as the main political prison in Russia since 1718. Trubetskoy Bastion prison was built as the secret jail for preliminary detention of the enemies of the state. Prisoners were placed in solitary confinement and were kept under constant surveillance of the guard. They were denied contact with each other and even with prison staff. There are altogether 69 similar cells in the prison and two punishment cells.
There are many different exhibitions in the fortress, for example Commandant's House or History of St Petersburg – Petrograd.

Military-Historical Museum of Artillery, Engineering and Communications Forces in St. Petersburg is displaying an enormous collection of arms and heavy artillery from the Middle Ages to the present day. Open-air exhibition of artillery and missile launchers is placed in the museum's courtyard.