The site consists of several areas: a public area with the church itself, a non-public area and a playground. The main area of the site is open to the public. In front of the temple, an entrance group is designed. This is a brick arch with gates, lined with stone or fiber-reinforced concrete with carved icons and ornaments. The gates are made of metal. There is a floral ornament with Chi Rho Symbol at the top. The edging is in the form of stylized hollyhocks. Above is a dome with a cross. The fencing of the territory is made in the same style as the entrance group. It consists of pillars lined with stone or fiber-reinforced concrete with decoration. The internal bearing part of the column is a reinforced concrete rod. The span between the pillars on the western (main) side is filled with forged grates. The other sides can be filled with either wooden slats or profiled metal. Through the entrance group one can enter the territory both on foot and by car. There is also an entrance behind the temple, from the side of the apse through the technical gate. The entrance to the non-public area is from the west, from the main street. Apart from these entrances, lesser gates are also designed. Two of them connect the non-public and the public areas. One leads from the street to the playground.
In front of the entrance group there is a platform with an information stand and two benches. Next to the entrance, a place with a memorial cross is beautified. It is highlighted with paving, steps to the cross are arranged. There is a place for four stands with information about the history of the church and the region. A children's playground is adjacent, it is covered with special rubber paving. The flower beds and places for green spaces and benches are designed there.
The plan shows the location of a large gazebo for parishioners. The chapel for consecrating water is also designed. It can become a visual dominant when approaching the temple from the north side.