The Delhi metro has developed a pedestrian plaza with aesthetic artwork outside the Supreme Court metro station near Pragati Maidan where the G20 summit will be taking place next week.
The plaza is located on the pathway leading to the metro station’s entrance from the Mathura Road side.
Besides this, thematic murals have been painted on the walls of the metro station’s building depicting the G20 logo, monuments and maps of the member nations.
On a wall next to the staircase ramp leading to the concourse of the station, a mural depicts the G20 logo and the theme of India’s presidency of the grouping- “ Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam- One Earth. One Family. One Future.”
Landmarks from India and other G20 countries such as Taj Mahal (India), London Bridge (the UK), Leaning Tower of Pisa (Italy), Eiffel Tower (France), and Christ the Redeemer (Brazil) have also been depicted in the murals.
A mural of Chandrayaan-3 has also been put up on the wall depicting the recent successful landing of the spacecraft on the moon.
Several metro stations like Mandi House, Laxmi Nagar, Nirman Vihar, Preet Vihar, Central Secretariat, Indraprastha have also been given a makeover, with fresh coat of paint on its buildings, boundaries, parking lots and pillars too.
Here is a glimpse of the makeover of the pedestrian plaza outside the Supreme Court metro station: