The light appears to come from the upper right to the lower left of the image.
In the enlarged image the lack of a lava flow shape, and the conical shape of the dark center are consistent with this being a cinder cone from a basaltic type of rock.
The near perfectly circular shape of the outer crater lip is consistent with a very high angle ( almost 90 degrees ) of impact.
Thus, assuming all these observations are correct, it is possible that the dark colored cinder/rebound cone has been formed by ejection of rocks very deep below the impact crater.
All of this is in my humble, but ALWAYS correct opinion.
“The light appears to come from the upper right to the lower left of the image.”
Um... your monitor is upside down.