The second part of Jihad’s visage is the saloons which are built into two floors; in the museum there are special windows for weapons and ammos which are left from soviet unions’ period and as well as some weapons of mujahedeen.
The most attractive part of this saloon is the statues of men and women who are dressed traditionally, they are visible in the showcases, as you inter the saloon you can observe them for the first time before everything.
In the first saloon there is a way like a tunnel for entering the rounded saloon, but on your way you observe two important arts which are created by Herat’s artists, one of them is the painted picture of martyrs from all over Afghanistan and the other is the designed tore on roof shines with lights.
At the end of this saloon there are rounded stairs which leads you upside of saloon, after passing a few stairs you can see the statues of mujahedeen with weapons in their hands looking to one person who is standing in front of them. To know more about these statues have a look on the stones, you can read the written text on the them; the movie is recorded from both stones and the statues