The “King Gate” on the Marshall Bridge in Khan-Uul district was erected in 2017 on the occasion of the National Freedom and Independence Day. The door is 19 meters wide and 13.5 meters high. The design of the “King’s Gate”, which reflects a part of the national culture and customs, was created by D.Battumur and S.Dagvadorj, award-winning artists of the Mongolian Art Museum, and J.Tumurbagana, a master of metal crafts. On the doorpost, the state idol, the supreme idol of the evening and a symbol of independence, is decorated with a lotus flower. Around it, the door is made even more majestic by placing the seals of the descendants of Mongolian kings on horseback. In the 12th and 13th centuries, the horns of the bulls were decorated with traditional patterns, which became a unique attraction.