Dioramas are scale model battlefields made of plastic scenery including grass, trees, and buildings where all of the battles take place. The dioramas are built into large wooden fold-out boxes. They are meant to portray the idea that the player is using toys, rather than commanding a real war.

Real world itemsEdit

The diorama is usually surrounded by various items. These are usually little easter eggs put in by Signal Studios. The various items also reflect the time the game is set it. For example, in the original Toy Soldiers, the tables would be cluttered with hard-cover books, old-timey radios, and lead paint bottles. In Toy Soldiers: Cold War the table holds things like a boombox, coca-cola cans, and rubix cubes.