No, unfortunately you don't have that option. But remember that you can go through the turnstile on right or on the left and use your bank card if it allows contactless payments. It will cost you 42 rubles, which is slightly more, but not as much as buying a single ticket for 55 rubles.
In general, you should be trying to use Troika as much as possible because if you transfer to the bus/tram/trolley and use the same Troika card as on the subway, you will be granted the 90 minute option. It will charge you extra 21 rubles on top of 38 rubles you've already paid and upgrade your ticket to the 90-minute one which allows unlimited rides on the ground public transport provided you only have one subway ride. That's significantly cheaper than paying for the rides individually.