You can analyze your docking results in two ways.
First way is looking for the score function your program uses. For some score functions, lower value indicates better interactions and for others, higher values indicate better interactions. Also,, look for the decomposition of the score. Normally, the score is composed by different type of interaction/penalties like Coulomb electrostatic interaction, van der Waals interaction, H-bond interaction, etc. This partition scheme will help you to understand which is the main mechanism of interaction between your ligand and the protein.
This should be the main way to get conclusions about how the interaction occurs.
The second way is by visually inspecting the 2D Interaction diagram. To produce those diagrams, you need to use another software like Maestro, LigPlot+, LeView, PoseView, and
Protein-Ligand Interaction Profiler just to cite a few.
Not all the relevant information about the interactions is shown in this 2D diagrams.