The Holy Table is designed in the form of a stone table with a ciborium. There is a wooden table inside the Holy Table, which is consecrated, and the entire outer part is its cover. The Holy Table is decorated with a white-stone carving and large mosaic inserts made of natural stone, ceramics, and smalt. There are lamps suspended on the corners of the ciborium. The oblation table also has a ciborium; there are wooden doors and a shelf for storage of liturgical utensils at the bottom of it.
The décor of the synthrone features elements referring back both to the Byzantine and Russian religious art and to the Belarusian folk heritage. The oblation table and the synthrone, as well as the Holy Table, are decorated with white-stone carving and large mosaic inserts made of natural stone, ceramics, and smalt. The washbasin is supposed to be placed in the sacristy, but its exact location is still undefined. At this stage, its design, appearance, and decoration have been developed.
The ornamental carving of all the parts of the sanctuary ensemble represents Eucharistic symbolism. Natural stone (limestone), marble, glazed ceramics, metal and wood are supposed to be used in the production.