The exposition includes about 50 brightest works of the 1930s - 1950s from the collection of the State Museum and Exhibition Center "ROSIZO" - paintings, sculptures, objects of decorative and applied art. Among the exhibits there are works by "official" painters: Vasily Efanov "I. V. Stalin and V. M. Molotov with children "(1947) and Alexander Gerasimov" Portrait of I. V. Stalin "(1939). Gerasimov could really be called Stalin's favorite artist: for a long time, the master created the image of a wise and great leader, warmly revered by his people. The exposition includes works by prominent sculptors Sara Lebedeva and Vera Adamchevskaya.
The Utopian City of the Sun is a model of a "bright communist future" that has been the goal of the USSR since its inception (in 1922). Soviet art of the 1930s - 1950s, with all the outward signs of realism, was just as utopian. The works, shown for the first time in Omsk, are a vivid document of the era, visually reflecting an important period of Russian history with its pathos of creation and enthusiasm, achievements and delusions.