I think OpenStreetMap definitely deserves an Soviet-military-like layer, because it's more than just a map - there are tons of data hidden in database which are not shown on standard layers.
So I made one for my renderer. It can be used with command like this:
lunarender map.osm rules/soviet.lua
Enough talking, show us teh maps....
viaducts in Hlubočepy and Barrandov bridge on right side:
(not bad for week old renderer software, isn't it?)
panel housing estate Lužiny:
(definitely looking better on map than in reality)
Strašnice, note tram depot at upper side, disused railway classification yard at bottom and subway running from north to east:
power substation near Chodov:
all previous pics was taken in Prague. But this style is useful in small villages too:
It isn't perfect yet. I cannot properly render multipolygons yet, which is seen at this view of Palmovka:
Note the blue dashed line where the missing river is.
Multipolygon support is number one in my todo, because it means lots of missing rivers and woods now. There are a lot of work waiting to be done...