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Voykovskaya (Russian: Войковская) is a station in the northern part of the Zamoskvoretskaya Line of the Moscow Metro. It opened in 1964 along with its two neighbors to the north, Vodny Stadion and Rechnoy Vokzal. All were built according to the same standardized pillar-trispan design (also known as Sorokonozhka), which was widely used in the 1960s as a cost-saving measure. Voikovskaya's architects were I.G. Petukhova and A.F. Fokina. The entrance to the station is located on the Leningrad Highway.

The station is named after Pyotr Voykov, a Soviet diplomat whose involvement in the execution of the family of the last Russian emperor Nicholas II has motivated suggestions from Orthodox Christian groups to rename the station.[1]

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Coordinates: 55°49′09″N 37°29′51″E / 55.81917°N 37.4975°E / 55.81917; 37.4975

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Voykovskaya
Station statistics
Coordinates 55°49′09″N 37°29′51″E / 55.81917°N 37.4975°E / 55.81917; 37.4975
Lines Zamoskvoretskaya Line
Connections Bus: 90, 114, 179, 191, 204, 282, 780
Trolleybus: 6, 43, 57
Tram: 23, 27, 30
Depth 7 metres (23 ft)
Levels 1
Platforms 1 island platform
Tracks 2
Parking No
Bicycle facilities No
Baggage check No
Other information
Opened 1964-12-31
Code 039
Owned by Moskovsky Metropoliten
Traffic
Passengers (2002)36,390,500
Services

Preceding station   Moscow Metro   Following station
Zamoskvoretskaya Line

Voykovskaya (Russian: Во́йковская) is a Moscow Metro station on the Zamoskvoretskaya Line. It was opened on 31 December 1964 along with two neighbouring stations to the north, Vodny Stadion and Rechnoy Vokzal. All were built according to the standardized pillar-trispan design, which was widely used in the 1960s as a cost-saving measure. The station's architects were I. Petukhova and A. Fokina. The entrance of the station is located under the M10 highway.

The station is named after Pyotr Voykov, a Soviet diplomat whose involvement in the execution of the family of the last Russian emperor Nicholas II has motivated a suggestion of Orthodox Christian groups to rename the station.[1]

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