The Shopping Arcade was built in the Kremlin in 1837-1841 by the project of the provincial architect A.Dubrovsky. They represented 48 stone stands for the sale of products. The Tula merchant of Guild I Ivan Ivanovich Vinnikov supervised the construction. Trading stands ran along the Kremlin Walls from Odoyevskiye Gate to Pyatnitskiye Gate, and from Pyatnitskiye Gate to Vodianyye Gate. By the resolution of the City Duma dated 22 November 1863, the Shopping Arcade of the South-Western part of the Kremlin (24 stands) were demolished due to unsanitary conditions. At the beginning of the 20th century, the preserved stone stands were adapted for the premises of the first city power plant.