I cannot speak for ROCOR, but here are the official guidelines for the AWRV's use of images.
Sub-point C under Tit. IV. "FIDELITY TO THE RITE"
On the use of Images in the Western Rite:
1.) An exception to the prohibition of Eastern customs shall be made for the cult of icons. In the use of icons in the church, home, and among the faithful, preference should be given to those of our Lord, the Theotokos (the Blessed Virgin Mary), major Catholic Saints and great feasts rather than to those of local Eastern Saints. The teaching of the VII Oecumenical Council on images and their theological implications shall be presented in popular form to the Western Rite laity.
2.) The use of icons shall be strictly confined to genuine icons of authentic style and suitable reproductions. The cheaply executed, westernized, commercial icons of poor design so common with dealers are to be avoided.
3.) Icons of Western Saints and themes based on good Romanesque models, such as those produced by the community of Ss. Denis and Seraphim in Paris, are encouraged.
D.) Statues shall conform to pre-schismatic usage in general.
This is from the 2013 Ordo.
In my own experience, icons vastly outnumber statues in WR parishes.