Opposite to the Arjuna Chariot there is a big hall in which there is a huge Vishwaroopa Darshana statue of Lord Krishna. In Bhagavad Gita, when Lord Krishna describes himself, Arjuna asks The Lord to show his cosmic form. Then, Lord Krishna shows him the divine form. The entire universe comprising of both moving and static objects and beings is being shown by Sri Krishna as compressed within the frame work of his own physical structure. In the Cosmic Form of The Lord, Arjuna perceived the entire world of multiple varieties brought together and made to rest at one and the same place. If the radiance of a thousand suns were to burst forth at once in the sky, that would be like the splendor of that Mighty One. (The Cosmic or the Universal Form). With many faces and eyes, with many wonderful sights, with many divine ornaments, with many divine weapons uplifted (such a form he showed). Wearing divine garlands and apparel anointed with divine perfumes and creams the all-wonderful, resplendent, endless, with face turned everywhere.
Carvings in the statue:
Video of Statue of Vishwaroopa Darshana: