The dominant composition of the Bubanj Memorial Park are three imposing clenched fists of different sizes. The composition represents men's, women's and children's hands as a depiction of the suffering of entire families. Prominent and deliberately lonely at the top of the hill, this composition gained in importance when one bears in mind that the clenched fist is a universal symbol of resistance and defiance to the enemy and injustice. In addition to clenched fists, the Bubanj Memorial Park also consists of a composition of five elements, which modernistically depicts scenes of machines for killing, shooting, rebellion of the people, capitulation of conquerors and victory. The sentence "They shot us, but they never killed us, never subdued us", engraved in the monument, is a homage to the memory of all the innocent victims, and a reminder that their sacrifice was not in vain and that the idea they kept and fought for was brought freedom.