Classic Wukong's Chinese splash art's water dragon may be a reference to the Dragon who swallowed Xuanzang's mount in the Journey to the West, causing Wukong to fight against it.
Volcanic Wukong may be a reference to Journey to the West, when Sun Wukong was locked in a cauldron to be distilled by severe, sacred fires. But when they opened the lid, Wukong was alive and stronger then ever.
Jade Dragon Wukong wears Chinese jade, which is commonly carved in the form of a dragon.
Carved-jade objects is regarded to being intrinsically valuable. They are metaphorically equated with human virtues because of their hardness, durability, and (moral) beauty.