The orbital module Soyouz 7K-LOK(Лунный Орбитальный Корабль, Lunnyy Orbital'nyy Korabl'

The LOK orbital module, derived from the Soyuz, was to carry two cosmonauts to the Moon. Unlike the "terrestrial" Soyuz, it did not have solar panels to produce electricity, but it was planned to equip it with fuel cells. 

The functional LOK could never be tested in space. Only a dummy ship, named Kosmos 382, was sent into Earth orbit on December 2, 1970. 

For more details, pleas refer  to Wikipedia.

Orbital module

Descent module:

parachutes( 2x)

Service module:

BLOCK I engine-

avionics

Attitude engines nozzles 

Docking system

KONTAKT

Hatch

Attitude control

module for the 

lunar complex

Power module:

fuel cells (4x)

Telemetry antennas

Radiators

Rendezvous porthole

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