In the decoration of the facade of the Zhytomyr music school, Mosіichuk and Karhapolov referred to the Ukrainian national instrument — bandura. The authors’ choice of style, colours, and placement of the mosaic is really interesting. The face of a woman who traditionally represents music is made with several curves; ornamental composition, as in all works of Mosіichuk, resembles the traditions of folk art. The free space of the facade plays an important visual role in the artwork. The colour palette of the mosaic is likely to be limited to the materials available at the time of creation, not vivid and balanced, which may be explained with to the fact that adults studied at the music school. This work of Mosiichuk and Karhapolov is exclusively decorative — there is absolutely no propaganda element in it.
Natural stone, particularly granite, used in the facade of the music school, among all the materials, is especially durable and solid, and various colours and texture made it possible to use it extensively in the outer decoration of buildings. In Ukraine there were up to ten (maybe even more) places for the extraction of granite, many of them in Zhytomyr Region: Kroshnya, Korninske, Golovinske and Slipchitske deposits. So local artists could often use it in monumental and monumental and decorative works. Granite from the Golovinske deposit was often used in the decoration of the premises and the monuments in other cities, in particular, in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Kyiv, Mykolaiv and Odesa, because of its specific colour — dark grey labradorite with blue inlays.