It is located on the South-Eastern side of the avenue in the North-Eastern corner of a small building block, bounded by Lenin Avenue, Pushkin, Turgenev, and Gogol Streets. The building is a part of a complex of government agencies. It is a large two-story stone building with a developed square-type plan. The major volume of the building, L-shaped in the plan, has a greater height than the courtyard wings. The main entrance is arranged in a rounded corner of the building, facing Pushkin Street. Due to the descent of the relief on the facade on Pushkin Street, there is a pronounced basement story. The decoration of the facades is quite simple. Rusticated pillars in the level of the ground floor, a rectangular belt of inter-floor cornice and a small number of two types of dripstones on the windows of the first floor. The top of the building is completed by a wide boarded wooden cornice.