Will Russians dive onto the rails or bludgeon fellow passengers over literary murals? Russian psychologists are fearful of Moscow metro’s illustrations based on classic Dostoevsky passages, such as: “Can it be, that I shall really take an ax, that I shall strike her on the head, split her skull open… that I shall tread in the sticky warm blood, break the lock, steal and tremble; hide, all spattered in the blood… with the ax… Good God, can it be?”

Relax, guys. Most passengers versed enough in Russian lit are used to depression.