The Armenian Church compound built in the center of Moscow occupies territory of 1.32 hectares. The construction work based on a new design commenced in 2006. The compound comprises the Cathedral, a small Saint Cross church, the building of the Diocese administration, reception and conference halls, and a museum. The structure is built in the traditions of the Armenian architecture. The Cathedral is built of the rose-colored tuff, while the other structures – in light apricot color tuff. The tuff has been delivered from the town of Ani. The gem of the compound – Cathedral of rose-colored tuff – is girded with crosses, statues and Armenian letters.