This is the Airfix R-7 rocket with multiple payloads. It's not the most accurate kit in the world, but it was fun to put together. The central booster stage is about 1 cm too short, and worse, the 4 strap-on boosters are too narrow by about a quarter of the correct diameter. This results in the rocket looking much too top-heavy. But you really can't blame Airfix too much; the Iron Curtain was firmly down at the time the kit was first tooled.
First, the Luna probe payload:
Next, Vostok 1
A fairly rough-and-ready Soyuz, also not terribly accurate. If we're dividing rabbits, the boosters should also have orange bands matching the one on the second stage. At the very minimum this should have etched stabilizing grids rather than the moulded-on plastic shapes.
Finally, all 3 payloads on the display stand: