The ornamental design of the church walls evolves early Moscow architectural traditions. The southern entrance of the church is decorated with a white-stone perspective portal having an ogee top. Three sides of the church are adorned with a frieze from terracotta balusters and ornamental plates. Horizontal frieze from bricks and terracotta covers the southern wall and the upper part of altar apsides. There are not many decorative details, but they are very elegant. Just under the gold dome, there is a threefold frieze encircling the drum — a peculiar kind of signature of Pskov architects. There is a small niche in the form of an opened folding icon above the ornamental band and window in the central part of the southern wall. It must have been made for artistic painting. There is no information about the theme of the painting. 

Church of the Deposition of the Virgin's Robe. South facade decor

Church of the Deposition of the Virgin's Robe. South portalOrnamental bend in the central part of the southern facadeChurch of the Deposition of the Virgin's Robe. East part. Apsides

Decorative frieze on the apsidesDome of the Church of the Deposition of the Virgin's RobeNiche in the south wall