—The efficiency of the development of an oil and gas field is largely determined by the knowledge of its geologic structure. In the recent decade, complex fractured carbonate reservoirs have attracted more and more attention. This paper is concerned with a new technology for constructing 3D images of complex reservoirs, based on Gaussian beam processing of scattered seismic waves. This technology was developed at OOO RN-KrasnoyarskNIPIneft’ in cooperation with the Trofimuk Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics. To test it, a special synthetic model was constructed, which is analogous to one of the licensed objects of PAO NK Rosneft’. For this purpose, a full-scale 3D seismic was performed, which provided us with synthetic wave fields and made it possible to carry out well-controlled numerical experiments for reconstructing the geologic structure of the object of study. One of the distinctive features of the constructed digital model (digital twin) is the presentation of faults not as some ideal slip surfaces but as 3D geologic bodies filled with tectonic breccias. A series of numerical experiments was performed to simulate such breccias, the geometry of these bodies, and the geomechanical processes of fault formation. To select the parameters of the used method of discrete elements, we used the information obtained by geophysical studies in horizontal wells crossing the fault within the geologic prototype of the constructed digital model.