The monument is located in front of Buckingham Palace, at the southwest end of the avenue. At the center of the monument is the main monument, and at the bottom is the large white jade statue of Queen Victoria and the statue of the Angel of Justice and Truth. At the top are the Goddess of Victory and two attendants. The base around the main monument consists of steps and pools. Each of the four corners of the base has a bronze statue of a lion, one of which is presented by the people of New Zealand. The decoration of the whole monument pays attention to the theme of navigation and echoes the sailor's supervisory gate at the other end of the avenue. The monument is surrounded by flower beds and the whole area is called "Queen's Garden". On the front (northeast) of the Queen's Garden is the avenue, on the right front is St. James Park, and on the right is the Australian Gate. Behind (southwest) is Buckingham Palace. On the left is the Canadian Gate, and behind it is the Green Park. In front of the left is St. James Palace. Speaking of the Canadian Gate, let me mention it. Canada has a "Victoria Day" which is one of the 12 public holidays stipulated by law.