The subject of this article appears in the Metro 2033 novel. The subject of this article appears in the Metro 2033 video game.

 Market has other uses. Please see Market (Disambiguation) for other meanings. 


Prospekt Mira (Russia: Проспект Мира) or Market Station is a location in the novel Metro 2033 and the video game of the same name. It is one of the bigger and more populated stations Artyom visits.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The station is fairly large and includes a open bar area, a vast (non interactable) market area, and, in the room before the gate to the Hanza tunnels, there is a rail bike fixing area as well as ammunition and weapon vendors. In one of the entrances there is a train car, retrofitted to be living quarters.

Bourbon seems to have some bad reputation with some of the guards, as they treat him as a criminal or someone shunned from the station. Similar to Riga Station, a man looking like Alex can be seen in the office; again this would be impossible. Once entering the main hall of the station, you can hear a radio operator trying to reach other stations or outside signals.

Notable Residents[edit | edit source]

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • At the back of the station, two men can be heard talking about the mystery surrounding the Kremlin, and why it is dangerous to look at it. This is referencing a major part of the novel, and directly quoting a conversation had in the novel.
  • A child can be heard arguing with his mother over a pet rat.
  • This is one of the levels where MGR can be found for the Sherlock achievement.
  • The market is one of the only stations in 2033 where you can buy filters, the other is Riga.
  • There is a shooting range in the weapons vendor area. The drill consists of 6 challenges and is considered the hardest shooting range of the game. It is recommended to use your revolver once its has a decent amount of ammunition in the cartridge and a fast reload. Do not worry about your ammo once it is infinte in all dificulties during the range.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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