At this point, Jesus breathed his last breath. The women disciples come take his body down and prep it and then Joseph of Arimathea buys a tomb for him to lay in.
Jesus himself said, "It is finished!" And after the worst day of his whole eternal existence, Jesus begins the return the glory that he had always had as the second member of the Godhead.
Normally, a criminal who had died by execution would not receive a proper burial but probably be thrown in a garbage dump. Not Jesus. One of his closet followers among the Pharisees who did not agree with them in opposing Jesus finally came out asked if he could bury him. This was his first time publicly showing his faith in our Lord and accepting that Jesus was the Messiah. Another gospel says that Nicodemus also helped Joseph, another man who was originally silent on his love for Jesus.
Also, the women, who rarely get mentioned, get to shine. Normally, the male disciples get the attention, but since they all deserted except for John, the women who their love by embalming him.
His resurrection still comes, but now his followers still don't get it. But slowly, they come back to Jesus and give him the honor he deserves.