The commander of the First Army, Peter Rumyantsev went to Moscow with the whole staff and the camp office. On the way he was met by a messenger of the Empress and gave a letter, in which Catherine offered him to drive to the ancient capital on a triumphal chariot through the ceremonial gate. However, Petr refused such an honor. He modestly arrived in the Kremlin and took field marshal's baton and a sword with precious stones on the scabbard and hilt, took Ribbon Star, a medal embossed in his honor with the portrait, olive branch with diamonds and a hat with a laurel wreath. Welcome was his estate of five thousand souls, a hundred thousand of kabinetskih money to build a house in St. Petersburg, and the decoration thereof paintings from the Hermitage and service of silver for forty people. In addition, he received the title of Count Transdanubian.