In the middle is the lower center console, between the pilot's legs (angled slightly upwards, of course). This is where all communication controls go.
Then, from left to right on the upper center console, we have the following multi-function displays (MFDs): Spacecraft Management Systems, Navigation Systems, Mission/Tactical Systems, and Spacecraft Monitoring Systems.
Mounted above the center console is the heads-up display (HUD).
Back to reality for a moment: Initially, all these controls will be represented by simple printouts. The main thing is to build the structure of the cockpit with future upgrades and modularity in mind. For instance, I know that I need FOUR removable panels in the upper center console, one removable panel each on the left and right side, plus mounts and space for a throttle and control stick, a mount for the HUD, and two removable panels in the lower center console. I can then keep the cockpit structure in-place and simply swap out individual components.