The commemorative stamp, in the symbolic blue-yellow colour, was designed by the academic painter Eva Hašková, an experienced designer of valuables and stamps. The front features a detail of the Berehynia statue - the symbol of freedom - erected on Independence Square in Kyiv. The back depicts the oldest church in the capital of Ukraine, the St. Sophia Cathedral.
The printing of the commemorative print is provided by the long-standing partner of the Czech ducats - the State Printing Works of Securities. It is printed by offset on paper with a watermark of a linden leaf, and is numbered by letterpress. Each piece will be delivered in packaging by Grammage.