The triangular shape of the petrol station and its roof corresponds to the shape of the surrounding streets. Cars can drive to the petrol station from the exit. The concrete roof marks this position even more so that drivers can see the petrol station from afar. The small house made of masioned clinker bricks used to have a snack bar, a toilet, a lounge for the petrol station attendant and storage rooms in the basement.
This petrol station is a rare example, that modernist architecture was used during the Nazi time in Germany. For a functional, technical building it seemed to be not that difficult to realize a project like this. But it is said, that also against modernist petrol stations started some protests. After 1945 Wroclaw and the whole region became a part of Poland. On the roof was placed the lettering Wrocław.