In the permanent museum exhibition of the Jasenovac Memorial Museum, the emphasis is on individual personal destinies in the context of mass crimes in order to encourage visitors to empathize and be critical of crime and violence in general. The Memorial Museum preserves and presents materials related to the Jasenovac camp and the detainees of the Jasenovac camp system. The Jasenovac Memorial Museum was built next to the area of the former Ustasha camp III Brickyard Jasenovac and was officially opened on July 4, 1968. The author of the preliminary design for the Memorial Museum building was Petar Vovk, while the author of the preliminary design of the interior of the exhibition hall was Đuka Kavurić. The first museum exhibition was realized by the Museum of the Revolution of the People of Croatia and the author of the conceptual and content concept was Ksenija Dešković. The memorial museum consisted of an exhibition and cinema hall. On the north wall of the Museum's path there is a relief dedicated to the victims of fascism in Jasenovac by Dušan Džamonja, made in 1968 during the opening of the Memorial Museum in Jasenovac.