Problems with Subsuperscript and Subscript Combination [closed]

I have a 3D figure, not important what it is, and I have the following code for the Z axis of this figure:

Style[Subsuperscript[Subscript[“E”, 0] “[τ]”, m, a]/
Subsuperscript[Subscript[“E”, 0][N], m, m], FontSize -> 28]

The problem is that it should normally look like

E0[τ]amE0[τ]amE_0[\tau]^a_m

However in the setting given above it looks like

[τ]E0am[\tau]{E_0}^a_m

I was not able to take [τ][\tau] part to the front. Is it possible to do it in this setting, I mean inside:

Style[Subsuperscript[Subscript…

If not how can I do it?

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When you type in a notebook the expression

Style[
Subsuperscript[Subscript[“E”, 0] [τ], m, a]/
Subsuperscript[Subscript[“E”, 0][N], m, m],
FontSize -> 28
]

the output appears as

This is StandardForm.

When you use the same expression in a Plot3D

the expression prints in TraditionalForm which typically is viewed as more appealing.

If you want to duplicate the StandardForm in Plot3D, wrap the Style[… in StandardForm. I have also made the type Bold and reduced its size (completely subjective) to make it appear darker and increase the emphasis of the plot.

Plot3D[Sin[x + y], {x, -π, π}, {y, -π, π},
AxesLabel -> {
Automatic, Automatic,
StandardForm[
Style[Subsuperscript[Subscript[“E”, 0][τ], m, a]/
Subsuperscript[Subscript[“E”, 0][N], m, m],
Bold,
FontSize -> 20]
]},
ImageSize -> 600
]