The schedule for the next five years looks something like this:
2015 g. - Moon 25 (Luna-Globe descent module): A small landing gear that will explore the regolith and the exosphere of the moon, being placed at its south pole.
2016 g. - Moon 26 (Luna-Glob orbital module): The orbital probe will be placed in a lunar orbit at an altitude of 100 km, from where it can make detailed maps of the lunar surface.
2017 g. - Moon 27 (Luna-Resource-1): A large descent module that will investigate the regolith and the exosphere of the Moon, and also will test a new drilling system designed to collect samples of lunar soil for later storage in a cryogenic chamber.
2019, 2020 - Moon 28 (Luna-resource-2), Luna 29 (Luna-resource-3): - these missions are a continuation of the cryogenic experiments at Luna-resource-1 station, and they can be launched if the first station successfully completes its mission.