Warship International has started the first of a 3-4 part history of Soviet post-WWII naval development including proposed but unbuilt ships. The first part ran in a recent issue and (I'm too lazy at the moment to look it up) covered the period up to around 1961. I think they're going in essentially 10-year segments. They are also going to do an article on the Kirov battlecruisers (one of my favorites). Unfortunately, they announced this last fall and they didn't immediately jump into the series. The journal is quarterly, so you can wait awhile to get the next issue.http://www.warship.org/http://www.warship.org/wi.htm
The multi-part series is (I think--again, lazy) a translation of a Russian series. Unfortunately, unlike aviation, the history of Soviet naval planning and shipbuilding has been very slow to get translated for the West. There are tons of great books on Cold War era aircraft, but very little on the naval side available in the West.