The dancer is a man wearing a traditional Russian costume. He has a beard, he is wearing a Papacha, a Russian cap. He also has a dark green jacket with a red scarf, violet pants, and black boots are also worn.
The background is a winter landscape composing of a frozen lake, several evergreen trees and St. Basil's Cathedral, one of the most iconic building in Moscow, Russia. Snow can be seen falling in the background and the frozen lake shows the reflection of the trees, the coach, and the Cathedral.
This happened because the lyrics in Just Dance 3 blended with the snow, thus being unreadable.
However, this is only the case on Xbox 360; the Wii version of both games use the same background as Just Dance 2.
On the Just Dance 2015 version of the avatar, his mouth is comparatively closer to the mustache.
This coach makes a cameo appearance in the background of Uptown Funk.
The song contains a German word, "wunderbar", which means "wonderfully".
In the Just Dance 2 menu icon, the coach’s face, cap and beard have a red outline.
In the original version, some pictograms have yellow arrows instead of red arrows.
This was fixed on the Wii versions of Just Dance 3, Greatest Hits and Best Of, as well as in the remake.
A picture of the routine appears in the background of the Tutorial mode from Just Dance Wii 2.
One of the pictograms in this routine has a double-headed arrow. Unlike other songs from Just Dance 2 that were recycled for Just Dance 3, Just Dance: Greatest Hits/Best Of, Just Dance Now, or Just Dance Unlimited, this was not changed or replaced by a different pictogram.
The remade coach is slightly different in Just Dance Now versus Just Dance Unlimited. In the former game, he is the same size as his original version and his glowing outline fades towards his feet. In the latter, he is slightly smaller and his glow is thinner and does not fade.
As seen in a picture, the coach’s boots were initially green instead of black-green.