We shall tell you briefly about the main observational program connected with radio galaxies. Different theories of radio galaxies predict different types of spectral index variations across the main body of the source. One would expect that the best solution of the problem is the construction of two-dimensional maps at a number of frequencies. However, we suggest that in some cases (i.e., for standard well-aligned structures) one-dimensional images with filled aperture may be much more accurate in determination of the variations of the spectral index along the major axes of radio galaxies. We now have 47 one-dimensional multifrequency images of all sources brighter than 1 Jy at centimeter wavelengths in the declination range −43° −+53° resolvable with our beam. Up to 7 frequencies were used (1.35, 2.08, 3.9, 6.5, 8.2, 13, and 31 cm). Cyg A is the best example showing structures of different scale: nuclear sources, bridges, main bubbles, and hot spots.