General layout for the St. Seraphim of Sarov church on the Beletsky street in Minsk includes a number of individual objects. They are united by a single idea based on the sacred topography of the Holy Land. The complex itself is located in a park area between Beletsky, Gromov and Yesenin streets, in the depths of a green area. The complex is a big visual-spatial dominant of the site.
In the eastern part of the site there is an already constructed chapel with a fenced area. A large neo-Byzantine cathedral-like church is being built in the center of the site. The system laid down by this project is arranged around the church. On the south side, a building of a spiritual and educational center with a bell tower is being designed. Behind the altar apse on the east side, gatehouses are symmetrically located. On the western side of the site, a standing area is designed in front of the entrance to the church. There is a central rotunda and an observation platform there. From there, a pedestrian bridge leading to the park area to the west can be designed later.
To the north of the main entrance to the temple, a church kiosk is designed. The Golgotha (cross for veneration) is arranged next to it. A copy of the Edicule from the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem is recreated. As in Jerusalem, it stands next to Golgotha, to the north of it, on the site of the Resurrection of Christ. As in Jerusalem, the Edicule is slightly below Golgotha in relief.
To the east of the Edicule, on the north side of the temple, the Rotunda is designed. It is dedicated to the Dormition of the Mother of God, which also refers to the topography of Jerusalem.