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A good idea would be to print this page out (be sure to print it in color - as you will see later, colors are important here) and keep it with you while traveling the Metro.
Most hotels, restaurants and tourist sites in Moscow will identify the nearest Metro station, as a part of their typical visitor information.
To enter the Metro, you will need to use the doors with the blue entry signs.
Once inside, you should look for the ticket booth,which will have the word "KACCA" displayed on it.
This is more true in the city center than in the outlying areas, where some of the platforms are actually above ground.
Note, if your computer is not set to display Cyrillic characters, the Russian words in this page may not properly display and will simply appear as nonsense.
Another thing you may wish to do before entering, is to look for the large, city Metro map, which is always displayed somewhere in the hall where the KACCA is located, just to get your bearings.
If there are two of you, you can each ride 5 times, on a 10 ride ticket.
The cashier will also make change, if you don't have exact change.
Getting to the Platform - From the KACCA, you should be able to see the entry gates to the Metro.
It is typically on a letter-size piece of white paper and the type is small, but you will be able to see that it has a list of prices for 1, 2, 5, 11, 20 or 60 rides, and a bunch of other info (there are a number of different ticket combinations, most of which are irrelevant to the visiting tourist).
As at 19 February 2015, the price for a single ride ticket was 50 rubles.