Sadly, its just stock content, nothing special.
They do seem to get around, I saw this design, not the video, maybe a short while back.
Note the title is "International space station orbiting earth" - ...
Peering at pictures of earlier Progress flights, these features were visible on MS-01 (62P) but not on M-28M (60P) which just has a couple of metal "pegs" instead. So it looks like an MS-series change.
Spaceflight 101 outlines the changes that were made in the series but does not actually nail down what bit is what:
Progress MS introduces a new ...
ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet is returning to the International Space Station for a second mission called Alpha, after the star Alpha Centauri, located in the same system as Proxima.
Source: ESA webpage https://www.esa.int/Science_Exploration/Human_and_Robotic_Exploration/Alpha
On the left in front of Cooper & Grissom is, I believe, a model of an Agena rocket stage, used as the basis for the Gemini-Agena Target Vehicle, which was the uncrewed rendezvous-docking target for some of the Gemini missions. This photo, from 1963, is over two years before the GATV flew, so doesn't reflect the final design.
Here's a diagram of the GATV ...
The detailed flight log at apollosaturn.com reports that "exterior markings remained identical for all vehicles" from Apollo 9 onwards.
However, there were still some slight variations, even if the paint markings were the same. For example, they note that the Saturn II insulation type changed.
The instrument unit had some more visible differences. ...