In the middle of the 20th century, the pyramid was restored and preserved for future generations. It was discovered that the pyramid had different functions during the different periods of colonization. First served as the center where the ceremonies were held. Under the culture of Lima, the Ychma and the Chancay the area was used, among other things, as a cemetery. It is believed that the site was abandoned as a ceremonial site, because not far from the Huaca Pucllana assumed this function.
The restored pyramid is to show the style of time. However, it is quite true that the pyramid originally looked slightly different and did not have the ramp that leads today. In spite of everything, the place is impressive, it reminds us that the ancient cultures had construction techniques and agricultural knowledge that fell into oblivion after the conquest of Peru by the Spaniards. Certain original elements were also discovered and preserved: for example, it is evident from the remains of color that the walls of the pyramid were once plastered with a layer of clay and painted yellow.