This temple is a memorial- church in the part of the city called Aerodrom, and it’s dedicated to the citizens of Kragujevac shot in 1941. It was built by the project of Radoslav Prokic, an architect from Kragujevac. In its base there’s a developed enrolled cross, above which rises the central octagonal dome, which depicts Jesus Pantocrator (almighty), and four smaller domes in the corners. Byzantine massive, aims in height, and the bell tower built on four levels only contributes to that. On the exterior it is decorated with simple plastic rosettes, and the precious stone is separated from the red one-piece windows in Zica style with “blind” arcades, oddly resolved with circular apertures.
It is recorded that on September 8th, in this church, the icon of Lord Jesus Christ on the crucifixion, had cried, and that by the decision of the Bishop of Sumadija Jovan, every evening a special festive service had been performed until September 27th (Day of the Holy Cross).