Post-revolutionary Soviet architecture is characterized by the constant search for forms: characteristics of rationalism and constructivism attracted architects striving to give houses maximum functionality. There are some constant accents in buildings’ outer appearances: severe lines and accentuated functionalism. Examples of Soviet architecture were preserved not only in Russia. In post-Soviet countries—like Ukraine, Slovakia, Georgia, Croatia, and the Czech Republic—one can notice the typical characteristics of recreation buildings, airports, statues, monuments, and completely ordinary buildings. Russia, Moscow, Moscow academy of sciences 1960-1990.