In Soviet state they also have cared about the road safety. Though, there were some peculiarities linked with such propaganda. Like, for example, because there are not many cars in Russia and even in Moscow, like in North Korea nowadays, and the roads were wide and paved - so kids used them for their football/soccer games, one or two cars in
hour passing by didn't cause much interruption to their game. Then more and more cars appeared on the roads and such kids fun could cause accidents to happen, so the piece of artwork from above was devoted to this problem, condemning the adults who rather more interested in game itself than in securing the kids.
Some companies in Russia earn their living by buying cheap old Russian army vehicles and converting them to civil engineering and construction hardware that then is being used at the various construction sites in Russia. With those it comes like, passing across a place where the new residential complex is being built a big military camouflaged tank can appear
from across a corner equipped with a hoe instead of the gun. Also, it might be handy in exporting to third world countries where the construction areas are sometimes being combined with a battle front. Such construction machinery won't be an easy target and would be able to continue digging under the light to moderate range fire.