The Château-Thierry American Monument is a World War I memorial designed by Paul Philippe Cret. Architecturally it is an example of Stripped Classicism, consisting of a double colonnade rising above a long terrace.
The sculpted figures on this façade represent the United States and France. The sculptor was the French-American artist Alfred Bottiau.
On the opposite facade is a map showing American military operations that took place in the region against the German Spring Offensive in 1918 and an orientation table pointing to the significant local battle sites.