This post is all about the Dnepropetrovsk Metro, the metro which has been built for so long...
Let's begin with the station where, on the 29th of December, 1995 a symbolic red ribbon was cut. This is how a typical entry to the metro looks.
Kommunarovskaya Station is a typical example of the architecture of the 80's. Since the station was the most finished before the break down of the Soviet Union, its architecture remained virtually untouched. Previously, instead of energy-saving lamps there were those old fluorescent lamps shaped like "U" after looking at which modern lamps seem a bit ridiculous.
Initially all stations were quite different in design. Now the only thing they differ in is the color of arches. Pictured: Zavodskaya Station.
The station seems to have the calmest and the most pleasant color and unusual lamps.
Vokzalnaya Station. Because of the large diameter of its columns it's sometimes mistakenly called pylon when in fact it's column.