The motif of the four animals was placed within three lunettes above the window’s of the women’s section. The imperial eagle with attributes of the Russian Empire (Bialystok district entered the Russian Empire in 1808) and running deer were depicted in the central lunette. A lion standing beside a tree, on whom sits a squirrel, was depicted in the right lunette. A tiger standing beside a tree, on whom sits a bird, was depicted in the right lunette.
The images of an eagle and a deer in the central lunette are also preserved. The heraldic, black, two-headed eagle with a gold scepter and sphere are depicted above the running deer. Sunflower bushes, trees, and more flowers with rabbits sitting under them, are depicted on either side of a running deer.
The inscription reads:
(as swift as the deer [Avot 5:20]).