In 2012, a Spanish company called San Jose Constructora was given the contract to design and build five out of eleven stations of Navi Mumbai’s Metro that will run from Belapur to Pendhar. These stations include Central Park, Pethpada, Sector 34, Panchanand and Pendhar.
San Jose recently updated their website with renderings and construction images of the stations which are 140 meters long and 21 meters wide. For high res images, please see their website.
The images above show significant progress made, especially since the station designs had to be reworked to allow 3.2 m wide metro trains as opposed to 2.9 m that was initially planned. Due to that and other tendering delays, the Navi Mumbai Metro will only be able to start operations in 2017 (See: Navi Mumbai Metro to start operations in 2017)