In 2004 Fedor Konyukhov built a chapel in the name of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker in the courtyard of his art studio, with the proceeds from the sale of his paintings. The chapel is assigned to the Vysoko-Petrovskiy monastery, its construction was blessed by His Holiness Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia Alexy II. On the territory around the chapel, there is a unique museum of ship anchors, monuments and bas-reliefs of famous Russian travellers-explorers.
The chapel in the name of Sergius of Radonezh was built in 1992 in the Far East, in the Wrangel Bay (Primorsky Region).
The chapel in the name of Sergius of Radonezh was erected in the town of Sergiev Posad in 2004.
The chapel in the name of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker was built in 2007 in memory of the deceased sailors and explorers. Next to the chapel, there is a well named after St. Panteleimon.
In the Holy Aleksievsky monastery, in the courtyard of his house, Fedor Konyukhov built a chapel in memory of all the fallen travellers. An unquenchable lamp is burning in the chapel and an incessant hymnal is read.
Chapel of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker in the Bay of Pankov on the Island of Big Shantar was erected in 2012 on the initiative of Fedor Konyukhov.
A roadside memorial cross installed earlier in 2010. The project of the chapel of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker was approved by Bishop Ignatius on 7 July 2011. A cupola, donated by the Khabarovsk Diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church in 2011, was installed on the chapel in August 2012.