The tomb of Guzal (or Kuzal) is locally known as Sidi Karkar due to a mistaken reading of the inscription on it. The tomb chamber is built of stone. The stepped zone-of-transition with one-over-two keel arch windows and the dome with a rib-and-fillet decorative pattern are built of bricks and are completely in the style of early Mamluk domes (some of which were built nearby in the reign of Sultan al-Nasir Muhammad). When the tomb was built, the construction of the complex of Sultan Farag ibn Barquq had started not far away, to be completed eight years later. That building initiated the craft of building domes in carved stone that continued till the end of Mamluk times.