The picture you posted is an advanced tank and likely a competition tank. Competition tanks are like the difference between have a horse as a pet that little girls feed carrots to and racing in the Kentucky Derby. The former is easy to do and relatively relaxing with just normal maintenance. The latter is constant maintenance and all done after a short period of time.
Anyway at its most basic level you need a fertilizer regimen (there are several to pick from), you need a light that is capable of putting down at least 50 or so par at substrate level, and you need a co2 tank, regulator, and means of diffusing the co2 into the tank. Plus you need a canister filter or sump.
Minimal cost for the co2 stuff, light, and fertilizer is going to be somewhere around 250 dollars (this is buying used and going with just the cheapest options around). Prices go up from there (probably closer to 500+) and this doesn't include plants, the tank, stand, filter, or livestock. Plus you can expect to be doing one to three 50% water changes each week in a competition tank. Probably 3.
Anyway you can definitely have a lush green tank filled with a variety of plants and fish just don't expect your first tank to look like the picture you posted. Best bet for figuring out how is a combination of looking at the journal section of these forums and finding a tank you like and replicating what they do, and/or going onto youtube and watching channels like George Farmer and MD Fish Tanks for tanks you can do at home or Green Aqua for crazy competition type setups. Good luck!