My first thoughts: It looks like a cross between a glassed-off launchpad and some kind of prop you'd find in a stunt driving video game. In reality, this is a day-to-day convenience in a major city.
The retro-futuristic, glass-encased structure is actually a parking garage in Moscow, for regular, non-flying cars. This little piece of urban engineering takes up a mere 100 square meters, in which it can cram between 22 and 54 cars, depending on how many floors it's configured with—this one holds 34. The incredibly ornate rotating elevator mechanism is best explained in pictures.