The museum will be part of the Holodomor Memorial Complex in Ukraine and the largest Holodomor monument in the world. The area of the memorial will be 14,000 m2, and the entire complex will cover 7.4 ha, which will shed light on all the facts about the genocide of the Ukrainian people in 1932-33. To emphasize the historical importance, the museum is inscribed in the buffer territory of the Hagia Sophia and the Kiev-Pechersk Lavra, and the shape of the roof embodies the image of truth that breaks through the tectonic plates of the USSR lies about the Holodomor. There will be 2 main views from the National Museum. The first is the Stairs and the Candle of Remembrance, which is a symbol of the indestructible memory of the Ukrainian people about the Holodomor, and will allow to unite the memorials into a single cultural ensemble. The second is the landscape of the slopes of the left bank of the Dnieper, which, according to the author's idea, represent the new Ukraine.