Bronze Code: 287
Height: 12.6 In
Width: 19.7 In
Weight: 34.2 LBs


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Immerse yourself in the grandeur of Russian history with this exclusive, original work by renowned Russian masters. This commanding sculpture effectively captures the iconic Victory Parade hosted on Red Square in 1945. Marshal Zhukov and Marshal Rokossovsky, pivotal figures in World War II, are masterfully rendered in this imposing sculpture. Crafted with an acute attention to detail and exact proportions, this valuable artistic rendition encapsulates an essential piece of Russian history.

The masters behind this sculpture paid meticulous attention to the finest details to breathe life into their creation. Crafted with Nixon and lifelike precision, from their distinguishable physical features down to their military decorations. It is especially noteworthy that the artists made a clear distinction between the contrasting appearances of the two Marshals: the short, compact stature of Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov, and the towering presence of Konstantin Konstantinovich Rokossovsky.

Every award and decoration on the Marshals' chests is depicted in excellent detail, perfectly capturing the aesthetics of the original wartime accolades. This sculpture isn't merely a work of art; it's a celebration of Russia's martial glory, a rare piece evoking a potent symbol of national pride.

This majestic sculpture, with its impressive dimensions (50cm) and significant weight (15.5kg), is an ideal statement piece for offices of military leaders, historians, collectors or any discerning individual appreciating monumental art. This lasting testament of Russia's victory in 1945, renowned for its sophisticated craftsmanship, is more than just a collectible piece but is of profound historical significance.