The entrance also has a Jesus mosaic that Lenin gets to stare at. The interior was beautifully decorated for Christmas. On the top floor in the corner closest to the Basil Cathedral there is a nice cafeteria style restaurant called 57 (I think, it's some number) that had very reasonably priced meals (I had a chicken breast, potatoes with gravy, a cherry pie, juice and a water for ~350 rubles). Be aware they charge you for every little thing, including the wetnap, lemon slice, butter, bread, etc. The menu at the entrance doesn't necessary reflect what's being served but as you go through the line, everything is marked in English and the severs speak enough English to communicate your order. You bus your own tray in the back, though the locals don't always follow this.