Nike, as she was portrayed for a victory monument in Olympia.
Nike from the Stoa of Zeus, Agora of Athens. Dated to ca 400 BC.
Nike (Victoria) is one of my personal favorites among the gods in classical sculpture, no doubt partly due to the absolutely amazing Nike Samothrace that can be found in the Louvre.
This is however far from the only Nike statue that can be found in a modern museum, she’s, although not as common as Athena or Apollo, still a quite normal sight.
The goddess normally portrayed as a young winged female, often just about to touch the ground as she’s landing (presumably on a battle field). You might also recognize a hands gesture that looks like if she was once holding a wreath.