The most recently constructed section of the Grand Kremlin Palace overlooks the Moscow River and appears to be three floors, though the upper floor is actually two stories high. Reception halls make up the interior of the palace, along with the personal chambers of former tsars, such as a study, drawing room, and dining room.
From afar, you can see the towers and walls of the Moscow Kremlin. In this picture, the Grand Kremlin Palace is also visible above the trees. The Kremlin has 19 towers in all (plus a 20th tower that is an outlying tower on the bridge). The wall running between them surrounds the Kremlin's buildings.