The Bossley Park sculptor designed the memorial, which has been approved by Fairfield Council for the park on the corner of Elizabeth Drive and Smithfield Rd.
â€œThe main aspect of the sculpture is honoring our martyrs, which is the people we lost from 1914 to today,â€ Mr Batros said.
â€œThe hand holding the Earth is representing the world united against genocide.
â€œThere are children around the hand and thatâ€™s the future. We are thinking about the future and against genocide.â€
Once the mould is in place and supported with steel inside, cement will be poured into it.
Three days later the mould will be removed and the cement monument will be spray-painted bronze.
â€œIt is large but itâ€™s going to be beautiful in that location. I wish they asked me for a 20m sculpture.â€
Mr Batros was â€œsurprisedâ€ by some adverse reaction to the monument: â€œItâ€™s not against any other culture or any people. Unfortunately this is the misunderstanding.â€
He is not worried about his work being damaged by Turkish protesters. â€œIâ€™m not upset because I know they got the wrong meaning.
â€œI trust these people if they know the meaning. Theyâ€™re from a modern and democratic society.â€
Mr Batros has been practising art since he was a child and his work is on display around Fairfield, at Sydney Olympic Park and in Moscow and the US.
He takes inspiration from â€œanything, whatever comes to meâ€.
â€œI got a degree in art in 1986, then I came to Australia in 1990,â€ he said.
â€œI started with drawing because my older brother is an artist too.
â€œIâ€™m happy to work with any material or subject. I enjoy art. Itâ€™s just like someone enjoys chocolate.â€