There are kiots near the four supporting pillars adjoining the walls. They are also made of natural stone. Inside the kiots, there are wooden inserts in which icons are to be placed behind the glass. Above the kiots, where the walls meet the ceiling, stone skirting boards have been designed. Also, the upper skirting board, but with a smaller diameter, is provided in the western part of the temple. The altar part also has a skirting board between the walls and the ceiling.
Stone materials can be replaced by artificial composite materials, made by molding and casting and looking like natural stone.
The doors are wooden with decorative carving, partial glazing and overlays made of metal.
The altar barrier is planned to be made of natural stone, which is hinged on the supporting metal frame made of stainless steel. Deacon's doors are carved wood, the Royal Door is made of icon boards. Decorative images of angels with stained-glass inserts hang above the carved architrave along the deacon's doors' axes. Besides carving, the pilasters are decorated with brass elements. The brass carved inlay also crowns the central aperture.
The floor may be made of natural stone, or ceramic granite imitating stone, carved by water cutting. The central part of the drawing symbolizes the center of the world and the four interconnected rivers of paradise, united by one single line, creating an image of eternity.