According to a statement published on the office's official website, over 2,000 flags with the World Cup trophy, the tournament’s official mascot, Zabivaka the Wolf, and Moscow’s main tourist attractions, will decorate the streets.

“The flags will be placed at 88 locations - in the center of the [Russian] capital, on major highways, squares and bridges, as well as on the routes from the metro stations and the public transport stops to the stadiums and the fan zones,” Deputy Moscow Mayor Petr Biryukov said, as quoted by the website.

Russia's first-ever FIFA World Cup will be held at 12 stadiums in 11 cities from June 14 to July 15. Moscow will host a total of 12 matches across two arenas, including the opening game and the final.