The main temple is designed for 650 people and consists of a narthex, the main space, side galleries, the sanctuary and the bell tower. The church is one-domed and pillarless. The main space is overlapped by four supporting arches that form a cross vault with sloping slits of the decks, crowned with a light drum. On the south and north sides are galleries, expanding the main space of the temple. The galleries are also supposed to contain the Golgotha with a requiem table and an area for confessions. One can get to the sacristy and the vestry through the separate doors of the gallery next to the altar. The sanctuary is located to the east, covered with vaults, and its central part ends in an apse with a conch. The narthex is overlapped with cross vaults. On the second level, there is a choir loft leading to the U-shaped small galleries, the precentor's office, a study, exit to the bell tower and the transition to the parish house. The narthex has a closet, a church shop, the office of the duty priest, and a room for cleaning equipment. The temple is crowned with a traditional Byzantine dome and an appropriate roof system.
The church is raised by 0.8 m on average relative to the ground level. There is one main exit in the building and three additional ones, one of them is adjoined by a ramp for the less able.