Let have some little introduction. In Windows, Command Prompt is a shell, not a terminal. And
wsl.exe is a command line program. There are many terminal emulators with Unix-like terminal features for Windows.
For shared environment, using ssh with WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) is better option. Run
sshd daemon in WSL with
sudo service ssh start command (Here I skip the certificate exchange step). There are many articles and Q&A you can follow. Now the main part i.e. keyboard shortcuts. In Windows side, run
ssh user_name@localhost with any terminal emulator like putty, mintty, kitty, MobaXterm, ConEmu etc., all have that page up/down keyboard shortcuts built-in.
If you want to skip the hassle of ssh setup then you can use wsltty, which uses mintty (terminal emulator) and wslbridge (same as ssh but pre-configured). mintty has the keyboard shortcuts like previous examples.