The problem and the aim of the study. The implementation of tutoring ideas that are extremely popular in the modern socio-economic situation in the digital educational space requires the teacher to move to a new level of professional skills, communication and information culture, network etiquette and experience in using software and hardware. To ensure the appropriate training of teachers, the development of the necessary personal qualities, improving the quality of education in higher education, new digital technologies are actively used: cloud services, interactive resources, etc. The purpose of the article is to investigate the features of the formation of digital literacy of future teachers by means of cloud technologies. Research methods. Theoretical analysis and generalization of scientific literature were used to identify the features of the training of future teachers, to determine the components of digital literacy. The method of pedagogization of information technologies, group interaction, mutual assessment and self-assessment are used to design and fill the "virtual classroom" with cloud service tools. The experiment involved 64 students of the Vyatka State University of the training program 44.03.01 Pedagogical education (bachelor level). The software tool is Google Classroom. As a method of statistical processing of the experimental data, the Χ2(chi-square) Pearson test was used. Results. In the experimental group, future teachers used Google Classroom tools to differentiate user access rights to content, organize and manage learning in a "virtual classroom" environment. The assessment of the levels of digital literacy formation was made and statistically significant differences in the qualitative changes that occurred in the pedagogical system were revealed, Χ2obs. 2> Χ2crit0.05(7, 07 > 5, 99). In conclusion, the features of the design and use of "virtual classrooms" implemented by Google Classroom tools for the formation of digital literacy of future teachers are summarized. © 2021 LLC Ecological Help. All rights reserved.