The sleeve patch represents the regimental heraldic shield with an image of a golden double-headed eagle with outstretched wings, holding a golden sword and a golden laurel wreath entwined with a ribbon. On the eagle’s chest there is a red triangular shield, elongated downwards, with a rod rising to a golden helmet. In the shield there is a horseman spearing a dragon.
A helmet is a symbol of spiritual protection of a warrior; a sword is a traditional symbol of warfare; a wreath entwined with ribbon is a symbol of higher dignity and superiority.
The eagle is placed over the waving Russian National Flag. The inscription at the top of the sleeve patch reads: “Sevastopolskaya”.
At the tail there is the service ribbon of the Order of the Red Banner. Below it – the inscription: “Moscow”.
Along the edges of the sleeve patch is framed with a laurel-and-oak wreath – the symbol of glory and honor, fidelity to martial traditions. At the basement of the wreath there is the curly Guards ribbon with the number of the brigade. The black and yellow colors of the ribbon mean “smoke and flames”, and mean personal prowess on the battlefield.