I'm in the lower middle in the green coat. The cross to the right is a Russian Orthodox cross to commemorate those who lost their lives either in the climb or saving climbers.
The sign is from a corporation in Irkutsk and reads "In Honor of the 60th Anniversary of the Great Victory" (in WWII)
In the left rear background is a post with many flags tied around it. This is a Buryat tradition (much embraced by ethnic Russians) and a way to leave both a wish and a sign of honor for the local spirits.