The front end floor plan and fixture arrangement, which depicts how the space will be constructed and the items will be exhibited, is referred to as a pharmacy floor plan. There are a variety of floor patterns that can function well in pharmacies, but the grid or traditional pharmacy floor plan is typically the most popular and customer-friendly. The layout makes the most of the limited floor space and maximizes the visibility of the objects. The shelves are arranged in such a way that they will fit the most people. The display should be clear and the labeling intelligible, according to the floor layout. Designs and shelves that aren't needed should be deleted. The architecture has been carefully labeled and spaced.