This is the cover for one of the old novelizations of Doom, the third in the series, Infernal Sky.
Kind of a cool cover, but doesn't actually correspond to anything in the book that I remember, and I wonder if it was even related to Doom at all, or perhaps if it was just some piece which the painter (Romas Kukalis) had lying around, which happened to fit, or which was adapted to fit.
The monster with the arm cannons does look a good bit like the Mancubus though (in spite of his arm cannons seeming to be biological, rather than the mechanical implant/attachments they are supposed to be), and the flaming skulls would be Lost Souls.
The only version I could find of this art without the text and logo is very low res.
You could say it doesn't match the game much either, but that's also where the novels were going by this point, the first one did Doom, the second one did Doom 2, and then the third one rapidly runs out of Doom, and the authors (old Star-Trek novel writers), kind of just invents shit as they go along, going in a lot of existential places actually.
It's not terrible, but it's pretty weird.