The building is one-story, its architecture is laconic. The prefabricated frame structures suggest the possibility of its construction in a short time. The principle of its structural scheme is a three-aisled basilica with a large lateral annex. The architecture references the wooden churches of the Russian North, but focuses on modern stylistic solutions and constructions.
The church has a narthex with a cloakroom, a church shop and a separate room for cleaning equipment. From the narthex there is an access through the portal-corridor to the bathrooms and public premises (classroom, multifunctional hall). There is also an access to the extra evacuation exit through the southern terrace there. The main body of the church is the basilica proper, rectangular in plan, ending with the sanctuary in the east. The ceilings of the side aisles have a modern bionic wooden lining, reminiscent of a ship's deck. This parallels the image of the church as a ship of salvation. The central part has traditional exposed beams and rafters visible in the interior. On the north side there is a second exit from the main premises of the church. In the interior of the narthex, an open system of beams and rafters is also visible. In front of the entrance to the church there is a large porch. It has a ramp for people with disabilities and for access with baby carriages.
On the south side, there is a classroom and a multifunctional hall, which can be used as a refectory. To the south of the hall is a church shop with a small café. All three rooms are separated by mobile partitions. This makes it possible to combine the rooms into one large one. There is a separate kitchen area. The separate entrance to the church shop and an exit to the summer terrace were also designed.