“Pionerskaya” stands as a station on the St. Petersburg metro, positioned along the Moskovsko-Petrogradskaya line between the Chernaya Rechka and Udelnaya stations. Its inauguration on November 4, 1982, was part of the Petrogradskaya – Udelnaya section, commemorating the 60th anniversary of the All-Union Pioneer Organization named after V.I. Lenin.
Initially labeled as “Bogatyrsky Prospekt” in the project, the station’s pavilion features a distinctive folded roof and an extending canopy. Architects V.N. Shcherbin and Yu.M. Pesotsky orchestrated the design, situated at the crossroads of Kolomyazhsky Avenue and Ispytaley Avenue.
However, in 2013, additional retail space was introduced on the north and south sides of the concourse, leading to alterations that compromised the original appearance of the station pavilion.