The film tells about the house number 9 on Tverskaya Street (formerly Gorky Street) in Moscow against the background of the events of modern life in the country, about the eviction of the old residents of the house. The technician-caretaker of the housing and exploitation department Natalya Viktorovna Karakai announces to the tenants of house No. 9, building 7 about eviction (sinhr.). Residents of house number 9 Tatiana Semyonovna Tilles, Veronika Vitoldovna Polonskaya, the Khrushchev family and others talk about life, a difficult financial situation (sinhr.). The coffin is transferred from the entrance to the bus. The opening of the McDonald's restaurant in Gazetny Lane. Poster with NDP: "OPENING OF THE RESTAURANT" MACDONALDS "JUNE 1, 1993". Photo-and-film correspondents at the opening ceremony. Restaurant employees hand out flags with restaurant logos. On the podium, the founder and chairman of the Russian branch of McDonald's George Cohon (sinhr. In English) speaks. Queue to the restaurant. The first visitors to the restaurant tables; among them - the wife of the President of Russia Naina Iosifovna Yeltsina, adviser to the President of the Russian Federation Sergei Borisovich Stankevich. On Tverskoy Street, a boy performs acrobatic exercises, collects alms. A brass band is playing. Tverskaya street at different times of the day. Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Gazetny Lane. In the film, films were used, spring-summer 1945: street battles in Berlin, hoisting the banner of Victory over the Reichstag, festive fireworks over the Kremlin; Victory parade on Red Square.