The facade of the cinema Cosmos, the project of the architect Vasyl Mykytenko, is decorated with a smalt mosaic The Space Constellation that was created according to the sketch of Oleksandr Kostiuk in 1987. The approach of the author to the topic of space exploration which rapidly penetrated Soviet art in the 1960s (and was often combined with the institutional embodiment of the "most important art" — cinemas) is significantly distinct from the other representations of the achievements of the space program in the Soviet culture. Space discourse was generally focused on the image of individuals and changed the rhetoric of their heroism from the emphasis on the linkage with the people in the 1960s to the tangible distance with it at the beginning of the 1980s. In the sketch of The Space Constellation, Kostiuk refuses to depict a person and focuses on the transmission of the infinity of the cosmic space which is achieved through the application of the curved lines, different shades of blue and games with colour saturation. The decision of the author resonates with the demythologization of the Soviet space program that occurred in the Perestroika period as a result of the publication of personal diaries of crew members and engineering teams. Kostiuk successfully uses the excess of the space to accentuate the compositions of stainless steel that embody different constellations. The soft yellow glare of their stars combines with green and lilac colours that fill the space formed by the curves which resemble petals.