If either of the above, I believe that the rug glorifies weaponry. The weapons are depicted as brightly coloured, and fun; they are very toy-like. The rug looked like something that you could see in a child's room because fully examining the content of it. It would not surprise me to see this as a child's rug even in North America earlier in the 20th century, or even still in some places. It does not show the seriousness of war. Coming from a country that is experiencing war, if it were a child's rug, it would make sense to me, as a lot of father's and older brother's would be in the military. Weaponry would be what protects them from the enemy and keeps them alive.