First of all, for both products, you have not given the O atom in the carbonyl position. In organic chemistry, we assume that there is a C atom if no atom is mentioned specifically. Now for this reaction, the carbonyl group will be there as it is.
Now we can consider the reaction. The epoxide is away from the plane, i.e. below the plane. For the steric reason, it is more feasible for azide to attack from the upper side of the plane. Now again, azide can attack both C centre of the 3-membered epoxide ring. In that case, we'll be having two different products. But in both cases, we will have the azide group on the above of the plane and O atom in the below of the page.
Now if I assume that you have mistakenly skipped the O atom in your both products, then
your first molecule matches with the first answer given below. But
the second answer given by you is not correct and doesn't match with the second answer. You can have the green and blue coloured bond in the same place and then you have to alternate the position of OH group and azide group. Then that will match the answer given below and the answer will be correct.