These all seem to be about struggling one way or another. In comparison the fours were quite chilled out...
Wands: Well, red haired woman with cross half naked and tied in a pentacle arrangement to the five wands in the ground. Pulling as she is may only serve to make her bonds tighter. She reminds me of when people left a maiden tied up in the forest as a sacrifice to a dragon or other monster... Is that snow on the ground under her? She has a black rose in her hair.
Pentacles: This is a twist on the RWS, the woman outside the stained glass window looks well dressed if cold, and she's staring at the warmly dressed man who is hurrying on through the snow. The pentacles are embedded in the window which looks Masonic rather than Christian to me. Perhaps someone could comment on the eye in the pyramid?
Swords: He's either just won or else he's waiting for another onslaught, hard to tell. Whatever is happening doesn't seem finished. I don't think it is the same man as the Wands? - different haircut anyway. He looks determined.
Cups: So who is the shadowy figure emerging/ retreating from the left of the card? The blonde seems sad and defeated, one (pentacle inscribed) cup is losing its contents but the others are upright. Four out of the five cups have pentacles. Is that a wall or a grave? Is the man in her head (he's dead) or living? I don't know... I also notice that the vines seem more shrivelled at the top of the wall/ mausoleum than at the base.
ETA: Also had a look at the Heirophant who in this context could be struggling with his faith?? Faith can be what people fall back on or come to when they are struggling as these Fives people are.