Today, the three buildings of the complex radiate out from the historic church, creating a new rhythm for the pedestrian pathways between them. One building consists of a pair of interconnected volumes of different heights, so that the whole complex appears to have four, rather than three parts. The rounded silhouettes of the buildings bring a sense of harmony to this focus of urban life. A decorative fountain on the square between the buildings accommodates a festive tree for the Christmas and New Year season (often featured on Instagram pages).
A sculptural-spatial composition, entitled White City, by sculptor Georgy Frangulyan was installed in the outdoor space at White Square in 2014. Frangulyan is the author of works commemorating Russian cultural and political figures such as Bulat Okudzhava, Joseph Brodsky and Yegor Gaidar. His art at White City consists of human figures, each about 3.5 metres high, made of stainless steel using a collage technique. The seven figures, who blend with the surrounding space to present a single object and experience, symbolize seven representatives of the metropolis: they are generalized and impersonal, but each of them is unitary and complete. The clarity of their silhouettes emphasizes the rationality and precision of urban life. The White City composition is an integral part of the pedestrian section of the complex: the figures do not decorate building facades, but invite movement around them. Each figure lives its life as part of the city, among people, merging with the pedestrian stream and the surrounding landscape.