You have an 8-bit parallel interface TFT display. It requires 13 GPIO pins - D0-D7 plus reset, chip select, read, write and register select. You can forego the "read" signal and tie it high to save a pin. You can probably do the same with the reset signal, meaning you need a minimum of 11 pins.
I am not sure the NodeMCU has that many available, does it? (maybe it does, I don't have one to hand right now), so you may want to try getting it going with an SPI or I2C IO expander (though slowly).
And then of course you have to find the right library for the chip on the display (there's a few it could be - I have seen at least 3 different ones on the same, or similar, carrier PCB) that works with the NodeMCU.