The house is made in the old Russian rustic style using the round pine logs installed on the boulders.
The roof is completely covered with larch board with the moss on its top. There is an aperture in the roof for a century-old pine. Structurally, the building seems to float above the ground and stands just on 4 boulders (the forced-concrete piles) at a height of 1 m above the ground, since for the reasons of preserving the natural swampy landscape with centuries-old pines, it was impossible to arrange a regular ribbon foundation.
But it makes easier to maintain the utilities when needed.
The main entrances to the guest house are located both at the building front and in its hall on side. To preserve the maximum light in the house the porticos-slits windows are arranged. The house has an entrance vestibule with a guest toilet, a living room decorated with the teak furniture and the Russian late 19-th century rustic signature buffet as a central element. The author's kitchen compartment furniture and a chest of drawers in the vestibule are made by the Alexander Lerner workshop in the rustic Russian style. The kitchen tiles are a copy of those tiles used in «Abramtsevo» estate. A ladder from the living room leads up to the rooms under the roof with guest tatami mats laid.
The sauna complex consists of a SPA area fitted with a massage table, a shower, a pouring bucket and «Hot Spring» massage SPA (https://www.hotspring.co.uk/
Also, there is a small washing machine and a separate boiler for water heating for the bath in the washing room. There is also a sauna room (or a salt room for breathing). On the guest house terrace there is a bench for gatherings.