That is the nice part of using same size boxes all the way.
If you have two deeps and you are honey bound, the second super full of honey and the queen has nowhere to lay. You simply put the third deep on and take out 3 or 4 frames of the full honey in super #2 and switch with that # of frames from the empty box you just added.
Now, if the queen comes, "most likely will" up into the empty frames you placed in the second deep,
and the bees continue to store honey in the 3rd box you put on. Or if you want to lift the 90 pound box and add the new deep in second place. Either way you still need to add another honey super in addition to the other brood box. In other words add two boxes, but unlock the second box to give the queen some room. If the queen doesn't move in to the third box, instead she moves back down. You now have a deep box full of honey (approx90) pounds to contend with. That is why some of us like to use all the same size,"medium" boxes.
You can put a medium frame in a deep box, but when you do you are creating a mess.
You (cannot) put a deep frame into a medium box.
Now, do like I am going to do and go with all same size, medium brood and honey supers.
I am 67 and getting no younger fast.
Will start changing over to long hives with all mediums this winter and next spring.
Have a happy honey harvest. That looks like the 4 H's.