It is an ashlar masonry building which has a plant of three separated naves by pilasters that belong to century XVIII. The cruise is covered with a cupola with round vanes and the naves and the vestry are covered with a "vaida" vault. The fluted pilasters maintain compound capitals. The choir is in the top of the church.
The cover has an arch of average point between pilasters that maintain a lintel on which there is an empty niche.
The tower is in the side of the epistle. The tower has two bodies of ashlar masonry. The vanes of the bell tower are of reduced archs and over of them there are small archs of brick immediately stuck to the ample eaves of lines of roofing tiles on the which the tile roof to four waters is leaned.
The greatest altarpiece is made of golden wood with painted images of century XVIII. In the center of the greatest altarpiece there is a high relief of the " Assumption", to which the temple is dedicated. It is for this reason why neighbors of Biscarrués celebrate their greater celebrations the 15 of August.