The pattern is very similar to the position above Here is a position where the two rooks checkmate the king and are almost like the previous position. Mate with minor pieces can be checkmating with a queen or rook. It doesn't matter when the major pieces checkmate the king it will still be a checkmate with the major pieces.
In this position, there are two ways to checkmate the king, but the first variation is much quicker than the second variation. If there a knight or bishop this wouldn't be called checkmate with major Pieces. There are many ways to checkmate with a major pieces such as queen checking the king being a square away and protected my a rook.