It is a gathering of bronze figures made by Russian craftsman Mihail Chemiakin. The models are situated in a recreation center in Bolotnaya Square, Balchug, 2,000 feet 610 meters south of the Moscow Kremlin behind the British Ambassador's home. The models are of thirteen figures, which delineate grown-up indecencies, for example, liquor abuse, tranquilize habit, and prostitution, that influence kids.
The figures are detectably surrounding two ignorant mates, a young lady and a kid, with the highlight figure being 'Aloofness'. The figure was appointed by then-Mayor Yuri Luzhkov and supported by the state-possessed oil organization Rosneft. It was uncovered in 2001 in the midst of some debate. A few Muscovites stressed that the realistic symbolism would terrify kids.