I think I understand what you mean. Perhaps, in slabs there is no such representation, since the quad shape can be arbitrary and the reinforcement there is represented rather by an abstract area of steel, when, like in a bar, we always know its cross-section and the exact location of the reinforcement.
If I had a similar task of drawing a nice visual picture, I would read (or export to excel) the results from cdb and draw it.
That is why I always motivate people to use programming - if something is missing in the program, you just create a component Drawing pictures is definitely easier to understand nonlinear calculations.
The Qt library provides excellent drawing capabilities, creating all kinds of windows, and so on.
Examine the text below with F1, change some parameters. Perhaps you will find the export of the results you are looking for.
+PROG RESULTS urs:22.1
$ Begin Page 1
SIZE TYPE "-URS" SPLI "2x1"
$ Begin Grafic/Table/Diagram 1
PICT SC DEFA W DEFA H DEFA SPLT NO
XLSX NAME "C:\sofidata\quad_export.xlsx" WS "XLSX-Export" ROW 1 COL 1 CLNM YES TIME NO CDB NO ELEM NO FILT NO RESU NO
DBO NAME "node._enr" WIDT 35
LC NO 101
LC XI FAC XIV 0
$ Begin Result 1
TXTP SHOW SIGN OVLP AMAX
QUAD TYPE HSLA STYP ELEM REPR DLST