|The value||5 рублей|
|Composition||сталь, с никелевым гальваническим покрытием|
|The mark of the mint||ММД - Москва, Россия|
Vistula-Oder strategic offensive operation — the strategic offensive of the Soviet troops on the right flank of the Soviet-German front in 1945. Started on January 12, ended on 3 February. Was carried out by forces of the 1st Byelorussian (commander — Marshal of the Soviet Union Georgy Zhukov) and 1st Ukrainian front (Marshal Ivan Konev).
The reverse: relief image of a monument in the Cemetery-the mausoleum of Soviet soldiers in Warsaw, along the rim – inscriptions, separated by two asterisks, above: "the VISTULA-ODER OPERATION", bottom: "the GREAT PATRIOTIC WAR of 1941-1945."
Obverse: in the center of the disc – the denomination of the coin in two lines: "5 RUBLES", below the inscription "BANK of RUSSIA", under it – the year of issue: "2014", left and right – a stylized twig of a plant, right in Kant is a trademark of the mint.