East Window: The Call to ArmsThe East Window sees the rising sun and symbolizes the rallying of a nation. The upper figures represent Victory, Labour, Progress and Science. The lower figures are of men and women responding to the trumpet calls to arms.
South Window: The Assembly of RemembranceThe South Window is the main window as it is the first visible when entering the Chamber. It symbolizes the spirit and honour of the names kept in the Chamber. The upper figures are of St. Michael (warrior angel), St. George (patron saint of England), Justice and Joan of Arc (representing French Canada). The lower figures are of Roman and medieval military figures standing guard over the Chamber. Canada is represented by a heroic female in armour holding a wreath of victory; motherhood is represented by a further female figure; First Nations peoples are represented by a native warrior.
West Window: The Dawn of PeaceThe West Window witnesses the passing of one day to another and symbolizes the achievement of Canada's men and women in uniform. The upper figures represent the aspirations of Victory, Prosperity, Progress and Plenty. The lower figures are of the men, women and children to whom the torch of freedom has been passed.