There is a huge park in Moscow dedicated to victories of Russia, it is called Poklonnaya Hill or Poklonnaya Gora in Russian.
There are immense memorials in this Victory Park, a victory arc, memorials and pillars. This is the exact location where Napoleon waited for the Russian Tsaar to surrender to him, but the Tsaar did not and in the end Napoleon lost the battle.
A massive column towers above a hill in the park. The memorial is in remembrance for the suffering that took place among the population during the Second World War and for the victory over the German invaders of course. As usual the listed dates are 1941 to 1945. The years as aggressor before the clash with Germany are not listed in these memories (like the invasion of Poland, the war with Finland or the invasion of Estland, Letland and Lituania). Next to the obelisk is a museum. The Museum of the Great Patriotic War, displaying, lots of atmospheric paintings.
If you walk through the park you will see an open air museum, displaying lots and lots interesting vehicles, the Victory Museum, armored vehicles and even boats are on display in the park.
The park is open every day but the museum and art galleries have their closing hours, check websites for more information.