Monument to the Hero of the Soviet Union, Oreshkov Sergey Nikolayevich, together with the construction of the socialist town PVZ in 1939, combined in Locomotive Car Repair Park. Later in 1959, the park was named after Sergey Nikolaevich Oreshkov.
Sergey Nikolaevich Oreshkov is a platoon commander of the 124th Guards Rifle Regiment of the 41st Guards Rifle Division of the 57th Army of the Steppe Front, Guards Junior Lieutenant. Before the war, he worked as a mechanic in the steam locomotive assembly shop UUPRZ.
On August 16, 1943, during an attack on Ukraine, he repeated the feat of Alexander Matrosov, closed the embrasure of the bunker with his body. The attack of our troops was successfully completed, the soldiers of his platoon took the foothold of the enemy, at that time he was only 27 years old. Later, by Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR on December 20, 1943, for exemplary performance of combat missions of the command on the front of the struggle against the German fascist invaders and showing courage and heroism, Guards junior lieutenant Sergey Oreshkov was posthumously awarded with the title of the Hero of the Soviet Union.
By the Decree of the Bureau of the CPSU District Committee and the Railway Council of Workers' Deputies No. 191 of September 2, 1959, the name of Sergey Oreshkov was assigned to the recreation and recreation park. In 1967, a bust of the hero, designed by sculptor Intizaryan and architect Smirnov, was installed in the park.
From the first day, a park is a place of attraction for residents of the railway district. After the reconstruction, the central part is decorated with a fountain with a rotunda colonnade. Arbor for rest and benches are provided for visitors throughout the territory. Equipped with sports fields for outdoor enthusiasts. For younger guests, a children's playground has been created. Oreshkov Park is a great place for walking and playing sports in the fresh air.