In this study, we examined the characterization of Prussian blue deposited onto p-Si(100). A cyclic voltammetry analysis was carried out under illumination showing quasireversibility responses of high and low-spin iron centres in the deposit. Optical measurements were done, where XRD analysis allowed to determine crystallinity while EDS analysis indicated that there is influence in the number of cycles on the film composition. Reflectance measurements confirm the coloration observed in the films. However a Kubelka-Munk analysis demonstrates the presence of blue greenish coloration which is an indication of a mix between Prussian blue and Berlin green films. Finally, this research is oriented to construct electrochemical storage devices which can be in situ loaded by the photovoltaic action of the semiconductor base material-doped silicon.