The Station consists of five levels: the basement of underground cables, the Technical Rooms at ground level, the Operational Rooms just above the Technical Rooms, the mezzanine connected with the walkways to the access and, at the top, the platforms. North of the station, it was placed a footbridge which will make the connection between Presidente Wilson Avenue and Guamiranga Street, which will open access to the mezzanine of the Metrô stations and the CPTM. This footbridge will also allow free passage to pedestrians who are not intended to stations, promoting integration between the two sectors of the neighborhood, blocked by the industrial warehouses on Presidente Wilson Avenue and the railway track. All accesses to the station, platforms, operational areas and other public use areas will allow free access for passengers with a disability. The station was built in concrete with masonry and glass side closings under a steel structure, aluminum sheets and glass. Access to platforms from the mezzanine is via two sets of staircases, escalators and elevators, configured as independent structures of the body of the station and implanted perpendicularly to the platforms, characterized as large gabled concrete cantilever.
Lift for preferential use by persons with disabilities and reduced mobility.