The NASA geologists describe this generically as "fretted terrain with crater ejecta," but to me it resembles lava flows or the deformation of rock due to intense heat.  Could it be the result of a global nuclear holocaust? 



One of the many obvious anomalies here is this equilateral triangle with rounded corners, next to a circle:

Ancillary data for MOC narrow-angle image M00-01080

Acquisition parameters
     Image ID (picno): M00-01080
     Image start time: 1999-04-08T05:07:38.88 SCET
         Image  width:    512      pixels
         Image height:   6528      pixels
Line integration time:      0.4821 millisec
   Pixel aspect ratio:      0.94
   Crosstrack summing:      4
    Downtrack summing:      4
     Compression type: MOC-PRED-X-5
            Gain mode:     0A (hexadecimal)
          Offset mode:     24 (decimal)
Derived values
Longitude of image center:    336.61W
Latitude  of image center:     42.51N
       Scaled pixel width:      6.16   meters
      Scaled image  width:      3.16   km
      Scaled image height:     37.91   km
     Solar longitude (Ls):    121.20
    Local True Solar Time:     14.26   decimal hours
           Emission angle:      0.23
          Incidence angle:     35.39
              Phase angle:     35.29
            North azimuth:     93.99
              Sun azimuth:    338.04
      Spacecraft altitude:    411.81   km
           Slant distance:    411.81   km
Parameters for MOC Standard Data Product m0001080
MOC Image m0001080
Orbit 369
Columns 512
Rows 6528
Orientation True
Latitude 42.51
Longitude 336.61
Resolution * 5.97 m
Phase Angle 35.29
Incidence Angle 35.39
Emission Angle 0.23
North Azimuth 93.99
Slant Range (km) 411.81
Spacecraft Altitude (km) 411.81
Gain 0A
Offset 24
Summing Mode
Image Description:
Crater ejecta and fretted terrain apron