The concession, which starts in June 2018, will result in it operating, managing and developing around 7,000 square metres of duty free outlets in the terminal for the next seven years.
TRD, a joint venture between Gebr Heinemann and its local partner Greenway, already operates two duty free shops and three duty paid outlets at Moscow's second biggest airport.
"Over the years, TRD has established itself as a reliable and competent duty free operator, and we will continue to expand this competence in the coming years and present a comprehensive and varied range of duty free products to passengers at Domodedovo," explains Oleg Zhytomyrsky, director sales Russia/CIS at Gebr Heinemann.
"We are delighted at winning this tender, which is a great confirmation of our entrepreneurial commitment in Russia."
When it opens, the new terminal will handle all international flights to Domodedovo allowing the existing passenger complex to operate as a domestic facility.
The contract win means that TRD plans to "gradually and significantly" increase its number of staff at the gateway.
The future duty free area will comprise a large main area of approximately 4,000 square meters in the form of a walk-through shop directly behind the security checkpoint and two large areas for various fashion and accessories boutiques.