The obverse of the coin in the center there is the emblem of the Bank of Russia (the eagle with drooping wings, I. Bilibin). Up in a semicircle along the rim the inscription: "ПЯТЬДЕСЯТ РУБЛЕЙ" below "БАНК РОССИИ"(the inscriptions are separated by ornaments, consisting of five diamonds).
The coin's reverse depicts two Soviet sailors with rifles going on the attack, in the background a ship flying the plane and smoke. To the right in the background is part of a five-pointed star, over which the two lines with the date "1941 to 1945", below a branch of Laurel. In the bottom left of the coin near the rim - the year of issue coins "1995", bottom right mark of the Leningrad mint (stylized letters "ЛМД". Up in a semicircle an inscription: "50 ЛЕТ ВЕЛИКОЙ ПОБЕДЫ"
The obverse and reverse of the coin features the speaker on the circumference of the piping.
The Artist: A.V. Baklanov.
The Sculptor: A. A. Dolgopolova.
Release date: 28 APR 1995
During the great Patriotic war the main part of the black sea and Azov sea coast were occupied by the enemy, the red army controlled solely by Sevastopol (until the summer of 1942) and a small part of Novorossiysk (the"Low land" and managed to keep during all the fighting). In the Baltic, the Soviet Union controlled the surroundings of Leningrad, Kronstadt and Oranienbaum (Lomonosov), in the North, preserved the exit to the Barents sea near Murmansk. Protection of waterways has been a key task to ensure uninterrupted food supply from the allies and to ensure import.