Armed to teeth. Russian navy Admiral Gorshkov aircraft carrying cruiser. Before the collapse of Soviet union it was in service by Soviet navy under the name of Baku and from 1991 to 1996 in the Russian Navy as Admiral Gorshkov.
Sometimes Admiral Gorshkov is considered a separate class due to its improvements including a phased array radar, extensive electronic warfare installations, and an enlarged command and control suite. The most obvious is the massive planar array above the bridge. This was the antenna for the Mars Passat ("Sky Watch") 3D air search radar, comparable to the US SCANFAR radar.
The biggest change to the weapon systems was the replacement of the SA-N-3 Goblet and SA-N-4 Gecko SAM launchers with four SA-N-9 Gauntlet VLS launchers. This allowed room for another two SS-N-12 Sandbox launchers.l