The winged retable designed by the Altenburg art historian Andreas Gamerith in 2018 is an attempt to reconstruct the earlier retable, which had fallen victim to baroqueisation.
Related to the scene of the baptism of Jesus Christ in the River Jordan depicted in the central window, the feast side of the shrine shows the transfiguration of Jesus Christ. The wings of the feast side show the coat of arms of Maximilian I: Austria and Burgundy on the Roman double-headed eagle.
The Sunday side shows the soldiers under the cross of Jesus Christ and makes special reference to the officers trained here and their instruction to protect and help, not to blind obedience or cruelty.
The weekday side shows Moses and Elijah as representatives of law and prophecy in the Old Testament, also here with a view to prospective officers who have to find their way between legal foundations and independent action.
Attached to the retable is a bronze statue of St. George, a work from the 15th century, supposedly by the court foundryman Maximilian I.