The event was attended by Igor Levitin, an Assistant to the President of the Russian Federation; Vyacheslav Petushenko, the Chairman of the Board of the Russian Highways State Company; Alexey Levykin, the Director of the State Historical Museum; and Artem Adibekov, the Director General of JSC Marka.
The Monument to Road-Builders Warriors was unveiled on May 7, 2002. It is established in Odintsovo District of the Moscow Region on the 71st km of the M-1 Belarus highway at the intersection of Mozhaisk and Minsk highways. The authors of the sculpture are People's Artist of the Russian Federation Andrei Kovalchuk and his father Nikolai Kovalchuk who began his battle route in this direction.
The monument images the teamwork of road warriors who during the Great Patriotic War were engaged in the construction of strategically significant facilities. A concrete basement carries a sculptural composition representing a group of soldiers who, under the enemy fire, is building a river crossing site to be used by Soviet troops and military machinery. The complex consists of the Monument to the Road-Builders Warriors fallen during the Great Patriotic War and the Chapel of the Icon of the Mother of God of Smolensk.
The postage stamps was put into postal circulation on April 22, 2022, in the quantity of 140 thousand stamps.