bash – move files from your current directory to the subfolder

I have several files in many directors and I want to move specific files from your current directory to a subfolder. When I try to find

find . -type f -name '*.json' -prune -type f | xargs mv -t JSONS/

It doesn't work because the road is not correct. You want to move the files to ./JSONS/. So how do I move the files in your directory to a subfolder?

FROM

├── subdirectory-A
│   ├── 1.mp4
│   ├── 1.json
│   ├── 2.mp4
│   ├── 2.json
│   ├── 3.mp4
│   └── 4.json
└── subdirectory-B
    └── subdirectory-C
        ├── 1.mp4
        ├── 1.json
        ├── 2.mp4
        ├── 2.json
        ├── 3.mp4
        └── 4.json

TO

├── subdirectory-A
│   ├── JSON
        ├──1.json
        ├──2.json
        ├──3.json
│   ├── 1.mp4
│   ├── 2.mp4
│   ├── 3.mp4
└── subdirectory-B
    └── subdirectory-C
        ├── JSON
            ├──1.json
            ├──2.json
            ├──3.json
        ├── 1.mp4
        ├── 2.mp4
        ├── 3.mp4