The mosque consists of a cubic hall and a minaret, while from the former portico are preserved the traces in the north wall and its basement. The walls are built of neatly placed stones and bricks, two rows of carved stones interchangeable with two rows of bricks. The entrence in the mosque is from the north. It was built in the second half of the 16th century. The design and construction of the mosque was carried out by the Albanian architect Sinani, who was one of the most important builders of mosques in the first period of the Ottoman Empire. The Muradie Mosque is built with retaining walls. The walls are built of stone and brick materials. The building is covered with a spherical dome with stone materials.