The ornament of the ring is formed by pomegranate tree branches. The pomegranate is a symbol of God's blessing and heavenly love, and also the image of the Church: its numerous grains hidden under a single shell represent the people gathered in Christ. A burst pomegranate is a sign of merciful sacrificial love that the Church pours out into the world.
The ornament of this ring is built of eight-petalled rosettes inscribed in a circle, which are interconnected by shoots of vegetable braid. This is one of the most ancient principles of ornament construction. Rosettes, consisting of two four-pointed elements, symbolize the Christmas star, the Mother of God, the image of the connection of earth and Heaven; in an ornamental context, it is a sign of the life-giving connection of man with God. The prayer of the Mother of God is written on the inside of the ring: "Holy Mother of God, save me."
The poetic image of a blossoming and at the same time fruitful olive branch that adorns the ring is built on the pictorial images of ancient Russian literature, where the faith of Christ is compared with the fragrant flowers of the Tree of Life, the branches with images of repentance and pure prayer, and the fruits on the branches with the virtues of love, humility, poverty, obedience , hope... A prayer is written on the inside of the ring: "Holy Mother of God, save me."
The ring is ornamented with twisted shoots woven together, which blossom into three-petalled krinas. The motif of a sprout and a blossoming lily bud symbolizes the birth in the human soul of Christian virtues: faith, hope and love. The “spiritual crowns” of the human soul are woven into the “wood” of the Church of Christ, abounding in many colors of virtues, where a person finds spiritual salvation, conciliar unity with Christ and the Most Holy Theotokos. “Holy Mother of God, save me,” is written on the inside of the ring.
On the ring is placed the most common ornament in Byzantium, which has ancient eastern roots: palmette "Byzantine flower". Palmette resembling a heart with a cruciform sprout inside is interpreted as a heart that flourished with love for the Lord. It symbolizes the resurrection and immortality of the souls of those in whose hearts "Christ has taken up residence." The Jesus Prayer is written on the inside of the ring: "Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me."
The ring depicts the oldest “basic” ornament: cruciferous flowers folding into circles. In paganism, this pattern was a symbol of the continuity of the movement of the sun and moon, where the cross denoted the sun, and the circle denoted the lunar day. In Christianity, the circle became a sign of God and eternity, and the cross became a symbol of Christ. Such an ornament began to be comprehended as an image of union with God and eternal life in Christ. “Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me,” is written on the inside of the ring.
The floral ornament that adorns the ring is made up of eight-pointed inflorescences, the so-called "Mother of God stars" and three-petal lily buds, symbolizing the Holy Trinity. “Most Holy Theotokos, save me,” is a prayer-appeal to the Most Pure Mother of God, so that by Her prayers she will help us unite with God in eternal life.
Saint George is one of the most revered saints in the Christian Church. In Russia, he is known as Yuri or Yegoriy, the patron saint of warriors, an assistant in peasant labor, a protector in trouble, a spiritual assistant in an invisible battle with the forces of evil.
On the front side of the icon is an icon of Jesus Christ, where he is represented in the image of the Lord Almighty, that is, the almighty God, holding the Book of Fates of all mankind in his hands. On the back is the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God, one of the most revered in Russia.