The Chamber, visually very impressive, mixes elements that differ both in terms of style and age. The big rectangle on the ceiling shows a fresco with two stars. On the wall there are a series of eighteen-century stuccoes which imitate the decorations of classical sarcophaguses or some details of the decoration of other chambers. Between the walls and the fresco there is a blue grid with 192 individual frames. These contain stucco figures of mythical animals that date to the sixteenth century. The decoration is a sophisticated reference to ancient Rome, and also reflects the Mannerist taste for contrasts. The compositional balance is very dynamic, typical of the genius of Giulio Romano.