The board shall:
(1) jointly, with the commissioner of administration and the Minnesota Historical Society, establish standards and policies for the repair, furnishing, appearance, and cleanliness of and change to the public and ceremonial areas of the Capitol building;
(2) review and approve plans and specifications and any changes to approved plans and specifications involving the alteration of the public and ceremonial areas and the exterior of the Capitol building;
(3) jointly, with the Minnesota Historical Society, review and approve the design, structural composition, and location of all monuments, memorials, or works of art presently located in the public and ceremonial areas of the State Capitol, or that will be placed in the public or ceremonial areas, according to section 138.68; and
(4) assist the State Capitol Preservation Commission with performance of its duties as needed.