The Moscow Metro has joined the global trend of attracting robots to work. Before the New Year, at the Luzhniki station, the first Android assistant Metrosh appeared with blue glowing eyes and a touch screen on his chest, designed to provide information to passengers. The robot is equipped with cameras and a face recognition system, so he will recognize people with whom he has already managed to meet and chat at the next meeting. In December 2016, Metrosha congratulated passengers on the upcoming holiday and lifted their spirits by winking, showing hearts with their eyes, giving jokes and printing photographs taken (a la Polaroid?). Now it is located in the central office of the Moscow Metro at Prospect Mira station and is very popular among employees. As explained in the organization’s press center, the robot will be involved in communication with citizens and guests of the capital only during festive events. On which next holiday a new “shift” will fall, and where it will take place, has not yet been decided.