Nowadays, models are an essential part of the software engineering process. The main purpose of modeling is to describe and communicate software requirements and its architecture to all the involved stakeholders. It eases the development process as well as helps to deal with complexity of the problem. A wide range of stakeholders is involved at different stages of information system development. Nevertheless, some modeling notations users, who could be either stakeholders or other practitioners, may not fully understand some modeling notations aspects. Modeling notations differ in their representation and semantics so that it is possible that a single model can be interpreted differently. There is a need to produce representational forms that can help to achieve a common understanding and increase a pragmatic quality of models. The paper proposes using 3D representation as a possible solution that can improve the perceptivity of the model and its content. VR as a representational form for 3D is proposed to be used to increase the involvement of the user while working on a model.