That would be nice but the question is can Russia get enough of them out quick enough?.
Looking at Buyan-M's which is three times less tonnage then this ship it's taking them around two years to get them in the fleet and that's the current build rate so they have enough experience building those boats.
Russia can make fine vessels problem is they get them out so slow that it would take a few decades for them to maybe threaten someone with the amount they could bring.
This is russia's Achilles heel. I have always said there cannot be one major power in the world there must be multiple so they can off-set eachother, I hope russia can become a player that can help keep balance.
We should be looking at construction pace of ships from last decade only. Anything before that falls under or immediately after 90's which is not really accurate benchmark.
Speed aside, most important thing now is to construct same type of ships in several locations. We already have that with Karakurts, they are built by Pella, Zaliv in Crimea and soon Zelenodolsk.
Steregushi corvettes (20380) are built in Severnaya and Amur shipyards. I think that 20386 will later also be built in Amur as well. If they are smart they will set up production in three shipyards just like Karakurts.
This only leaves Gorshkov frigates. Once those are being constructed in more than one place, Russian Navy will be sitting pretty for long time to come.
20386 class might also explain why MoD did not give any contracts for Karakurt boats to any lager capacity shipyards even though they lobbied hard: they wanted them to focus on large vessels while ''non conventional'' shipyards handle smaller stuff. It is pretty smart move.