Shcherbakov Alexander Sergeevich was the first secretary of Moscow city and regional committee of the Party, in whose honour a station of underground was named, brought up three sons Alexander, Ivan, Konstantin. The personality of Shcherbakov was often clouded. It was promoted by the information that it was entrusted to Beria and Shcherbakov to blow up the enterprises and underground of Moscow in case of approach of German armies close to the city. Alexander Sergeevich who suddenly died the next day after the victory, was a rigid and resolute person, but his culture, erudition, careful treatment of other people helped Shcherbakov to settle good relations with literary elite of 30th years.
The elder son Alexander was a test pilot. During the war, Alexander, still young, served in air defence of Moscow. After father's death the care about the younger brothers laid down on its shoulders.
All Shcherbakov's children are worthy and respectable people. Konstantin, a journalist, the theatrical critic, was deputy minister of culture. Ivan was a physicist, inherited the gift of the father- a skill to govern greater collectives.
Historians took part in the movie creation: Nikolay Ilievsky, George Kumanev; writer Anatoly Ponomarev, journalist Sergey Lomakin; A.S.Shchebakov's children: Alexander, Ivan, Konstantin; grand daughter of A.S.Shcherbakov Elena Shcherbakova; Stepan Mikoyan, a son of A.I.Mikojan; Rustam Ibragimbekov, a friend of K.A.Shcherbakova, the deserved test pilot; Alexander Pumpyansky, a friend of K.A.Shcherbakov, an observer of "Novaya Gazeta"; Vladimir Andreev,a friend of K.A.Shcherbakov, the art director of theatre of Ermolova; Vyacheslav Osiko, a friend of K.A.Shcherbakov, director of Centre of science of the Prokhorov's Russian Science Academy; Sergey Charnov, a friend of I.A.Shcherbakov, a doctor of physical and mathematical sciences.