The cemetery was built on a rectangular plan and is fenced with simple concrete posts connected by iron pipes. The main architectural element is a high wooden Latin cross with a semi-circular roof covered with sheet metal with serrated edges, set on a concrete base. The graves were in the form of barrows, eight rectangular and one square in shape (the central one); they were marked with crosses set on concrete plinths:
- one Latin and one two-barred flat bar crosses with three-point arm endings,
- two Latin and two two-barred rod crosses with diamond-shaped arm endings.
The main element of the cemetery is a monument wooden Latin cross covered with a semi-circular sheet metal roof.
Fifty-six soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian army and 34 soldiers of the Russian army were buried in four mass and six individual graves.