The Support Credit Institution building was built in late secession style based on the design of the important Czech architect Osvald Polívka in 1911–1912. On the entrance facade are bronze statues made by Ladislav Šaloun, Allegory of Trade and Harvest. The building´s interior retains its original look, with just a few, small adjustments, the ground floor foyer and interiors of the first floor (stucco decoration, glass case).

The space on the ground floor is arranged for giving exhibitions, on four floors a wide, permanent exhibition of Czech fine art in 20th century is established. The exposition follows the evolution of Czech fine art from the turn of 19th and 20th century up to today. All the important art trends and tendencies, which have had an impact on forming modern and current Czech fine art, are also represented there.