There is no built in control that's going to do this for you in Windows Forms. So, you can host the WPF control in a Windows Forms app.
If you wanted to create this kind of control yourself, you're in for a LOT of work. You're going to have to implement EVERYTHING from mouse controls to rendering.
Another option is a 3rd party control. You can find something like this in just about any WPF control package, but it's going to cost you a hefty chunk of money for these.
Walkthrough: Hosting a WPF Composite Control in Windows Forms | Microsoft Docs
Mixing WPF and WinForms - Simple Talk