If you search for SSD1963 on this forum you might find others that have used that display or a similar one.
Bear in mind that the display probably has to be driven with 3.3V logic levels, so to use a UNO or Mega for example you will need to use logic level translators or find a suitable shield that does that.
If you use a Due which has 3.3V logic inputs/outputs then you can connect it direct.
The display will likely have both serial (SPI) and 8/16/24 bit parallel interface modes. Usually there are some pins that define the mode, but these may already be pre-configured on the display PCB.
If a smaller display would suit your needs then there are plenty of low cost ones (less than 10Euro) up to 3.2" on eBay, Aliexpress and Banggood that simply plug into a Mega or UNO, but make sure you get one that has an Arduino driver library.
Watch out for vendors in China that sometimes state the TFT driver is one type but in fact it is completely different. If you trawl this forum you will find links to displays people have used.