Mayakovskaya is a metro station on the Nevsko-Vasileostrovsky line of the Saint Petersburg metro.
This station has no surface pavillion. Its exit is built into a large building at the corner of Nevsky Avenue and Marat Street. The architectural design of the underground hall is quite original, featuring neither arcades nor pylons. The walls are faced with small plates of deep-red smalt. Bevelled protuberances jutting from the doorways stress the dynamic rythm of the interior. The butt-end wall carries portraits of the poet Vladimir Mayakovsky, after whom the station is named. The portraits are done in a graphic manner - a white marble inlay on red granite.
Ploschad Vosstaniya (Uprising Square, Пло́щадь Восста́ния)
Marat Street (Улица Марата), Nevsky Avenue (Не́вский проспе́кт)