There are posters like this one all over Moscow; mixing up "Happy Easter" with Russian patriotism. (Note how the Russian flag wraps around the eggs).
The windows at Volkonsky Bakery were also absolutely charming yesterday...
The bread featured above is "kulich," a "pannetone"-type bread (think dry-ish Challah with dried fruits, some nuts, and icing) that Russians eat on Easter. The "XB" stands for "Chris is Risen."
All over Moscow you see "постные продукты" (no meat, no dairy, low-fat) during Lent. It's great! You can get some really tasty vegetarian dishes this way! So, basically, if you're Vegan or Vegetarian, Lent is the time to visit Moscow!