Equestrian pavilion is a part of the newly created equestrian center. Object is part of the cultural heritage and protected cultural area of the historical ensemble of the Soviet era. The main architectural concept is the exclusion of massive capital walls in favor of transparent wooden lace elements. The main motive of the facade ornament is a stylized rhythmic pattern in the form of wheat ears. Thin metal columns almost imperceptibly support the light rays of the glued wooden roof, which are lifted up, with the completion in the form of a stylized silhouette of the horse's head.
Architecture of the arena is due to a rather difficult task-to organically inscribe a large-sized large-span structure in the historical ensemble of one-storey pavilions-stables of 1954. The transparent wooden structure of the outer walls is designed to dematerialize the volume as much as possible, dissolve it against the background of high firs and old sprawling poplars. The main motif of the facades ornament simultaneously resembles the thickness of intertwined wooden branches and ears, stylized in the spirit of socialist realism, which in turn refers to the ingenious loci of the exhibition. The entrance group is laconically marked with a visor serving as a balcony of the second floor of the stands.
Conditions of construction on the territory of the object of cultural heritage excludes the possibility of construction of capital buildings and structures. This determined the overall architectural-spatial and constructive solution of the equestrian pavilion. The choice is made in favor of creating a spatial structure of environmental and renewable materials.