The exhibition is dedicated to St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, one of the most revered Christian saints. The exhibition presents various variants of the iconography of the saint in Russian art and, above all, the iconography associated with the Vyatka land "St. Nicholas the Wonderworker" - a belted image of St. Nicholas, surrounded by eight stamps of the hagiography. The key icon of the exhibition is an ancient icon of this iconographic version painted by a painter in the mid-16th century. Several works from the collection of the Vyatka Museum of Art belong to the same species.
Most of the monuments are icons made on a wooden base in tempera and oil painting techniques. They are supplemented by the sculptural "Mozhaisky" image of St. Nicholas, the covers, the Old Believer copper-cast icons of the saint of various iconography. Pictorial monuments include a remarkable signed icon of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, created in 1911 by Viktor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov, an artist who brought Art Nouveau aesthetics to Russian sacred art. The exhibition includes more than 60 works, including icons, paintings, graphics, sculpture, cases, and copper-cast icons.