The artist (Ulrik Samuelson) was inspired on the garden itself. First of all, when the station was being built, the exit was planned to be in the middle of the park for which some trees had to be cut down. This led to a public protest, people did not want the trees being cut down. Only one tree had a cut which can actually be seen nowadays, and in the station there is a reference to this, one concrete tree with a chainsaw cut.
Coming to the station, it is designed in the colors green, red and white, the colors of the park. Through the station we can see the greek statues, the god of war, and some faces on the walls as the Makalös Palace, and the faces seen on the parliament too. The archeological excavation has original pieces donated by the museum, on the one side with one statue representing painting, and the other one representing architecture. There are radiation markings on the ceilings, remembering what happened with Chernobyl, and every aspect of life that got aaffected. A small detail is an oil barrel spilling on the floor, which comes from the soviet ship Tsesis that on 1977 spilled 1000 cubic meters of crude on the Swedish shore lines.