in the centre of the disc, in the circle of dots - the Emblem of the Bank of Russia (two-headed eagle with wings down), under it to the left – indications of the precious metal and its fineness, in the centre - the mint trade mark, to the right – the fine metal content; along the rim – semicircular inscriptions divided by two doubled rhombuses, on the top – the denomination and year of issue: "50 РУБЛЕЙ 1992" (50 RUBLES 1992), at the bottom: "БАНК РОССИИ" (BANK OF RUSSIA).
in the centre of the disc – the relief image of the view of Pashkov’s House in Moscow, under it – the inscription: "МОСКВА" (MOSCOW), over it to the left – the date: "XVIII в." (the XVIII c.), along the rim – inscriptions, above: "ЭПОХА ПРОСВЕЩЕНИЯ. ХVIII ВЕК" (THE AGE OF THE ENLIGHTENMENT. THE XVIII CENTURY), at the bottom: "ПАШКОВ ДОМ" (PASHKOV’S HOUSE).
The artist: A.A. Kolodkin
The sculptor: V.M. Nikishchenko
Mint: Moscow Mint (ММД)
The edge: 200 corrugations
The house of a landlord Pashkov in Moscow was built in 1784-1786 under the project by architect V.I. Bazhenov - one of the founders of the Russian classicism. The building was constructed in the type of the palatial country estate with a front court-yard and a magnificent gate. His passion for discrete volumes dedicated the architect to the facade principle. He expanded solemnly along the street on a hill the three-part symmetric composition of the building. The Pashkov’s House is a gem of Moscow architecture of the XVIII century.