Monitoring the dynamics of proteins in live cells on appropriate spatiotemporal scales may provide key information regarding long-standing questions in molecular and cellular regulatory mechanisms. However, tools capable of imaging the conformational changes over time have been elusive. Here, we present a single-molecule stroboscopic imaging probes by developing gyroscopic plasmonic nanoparticles, allowing for replication of protein protein interactions and the conformational dynamics based on rotational and lateral velocities. This study fundamentally monitors the rotational motion of a membrane protein, epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR), to decipher undiscovered structural dynamics in live cells without any molecular perturbations. This method offers a strategy to visualize assemblies and conformational changes, and provides unique insights into the mechanism underlying the molecular dynamics for receptors.