The church has four entrances: the central one, two side doors, and the entrance to the altar through the sexton's room. There is an open gallery in the south, which is like a built-in chapel, where the holy water outlet from the temple is designed. A ramp for the less able, which leads to the side entrance to the temple, is designed on the north side.
The stairs from the narthex lead to the choir loft and then to the bell tower.
In addition to the nave, the sanctuary, the narthex and the choir loft, there are other facilities in the temple: a church kiosk, an office combined with a vestry, a utility room that can also be used as a room for mothers and children, a cleaning room, and a second utility room that also stores a baptismal font and can be used as a changing room for the baptized.
The main material of the outer walls of the church are bricks with the thickness of the walls 770 mm. The façades are plastered using the ancient mazanka technique and are decorated with traditional ornaments, made of brickwork, as well as niches and protruding parts with bas-reliefs. The porches are keel-shaped and kokoshnik-like, just like the overlaps of the main part. Almost all ridges are decorated with traditional decorative logs. The roofing material is folded metal and copper. The foundation is finished with natural stone.
The building is designed in accordance with the general construction and planning regulations and in accordance with the tradition and liturgical specifics of the Orthodox Church.