A private, participant in World War II, Hero of the Soviet Union (March 24, 1945)

He was born in 1925 in the village of Arabon, Shahrisabz district, Kashkadarya region, in a peasant family. Uzbek. Graduated from 5th grade. He worked on a collective farm.

In September 1943 he was drafted into the Red Army by the Shahrisabz district military commissariat of the Uzbek SSR. He fought on the front from January 1944. He fought in the 1266th Infantry Regiment of the 385th Infantry Division. He stood out in the struggle for the liberation of Belarus.

On June 27, 1944, the 385th Artillery Division, pursuing the enemy, sent the 2nd Artillery Battalion of the 1266th Artillery Regiment to the main forces to cross the Dogep River near the village of Dashkivka, Mogilev District, Mogilev Region and hold the crossing until the main forces arrivethe hold function is loaded.  The fierce fire of the enemy does not allow the battalion to approach the river. Volunteer with the group to the right bank. He was one of the first to cross the river under enemy fire, carrying a machine gun and grenades. Noticing them, the enemy sends a group of archers to destroy them. During the day, he repulses counter-attacks by small groups of the enemy. At the end of the day, he detects the enemy’s firing point and fires at them, causing chaos in the enemy’s ranks. Taking advantage of the slowdown by enemy fire, the battalion commander ordered the route to cross the Dnieper, and the company joined forces to attack the enemy fortifications and destroy 13 of the enemy’s soldiers. Shoimov was severely wounded in a hand-to-hand battle to expand the platform and died on June 28, 1944.  He was awarded the title of Hero of the Soviet Union (after death) by the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR of March 24, 1945 “for exemplary performance of combat duties, courage and heroism in the fight against Nazi invaders on the front.”