Where's the Processional Cross and the Fans that suppose to be there
There's no concept of supposed
to be there. Yes, they are often found there in some churches but other arrangements are very common. Some churches have the fans immediately to the east of the Holy Table, with or without
the processional Cross in the middle. Some have both the Processional Cross (to the right) and a processional icon of the Mother of God (to the left) between the fans. Others have the processional Cross and icon alone and the fans are kept somewhere else entirely, perhaps off to one side and not as part of a display. In large churches with more space in the altar, it is not uncommon for there to be an arrangement of processional Cross, icons, and fans somewhere between the Holy Table and the High Place, but not immediately to the east of the Holy Table, so you wouldn't necessarily see them in a close-up photograph of the Holy Table such as the one in the OP. Here
, for instance, is Christ the Saviour in Moscow. There's the Cross and processional icon, as well as the pedestals for the trikiri-dikiri, but not a fan in sight.
There is a Deacon on the far right.
Oh!...Are You sure......It's Hard to Tell.....
Not that hard.
He's standing in the deacon's position and wearing the archdiaconal/protodiaconal orar.