As Tim said, the elevation tool will take care of your elevations.
You can use the elevation tool, or the interior elevation tool.
I actually use the section tool as I want to keep the interior elevations separate from external elevations (in the Project Map) and I am old school from before we had the interior elevations (and the fact they did not work exactly as I wanted - at least when they were first introduced - they might be better now but I am set in my ways).
For the isolated floor plan, you can use the 'detail' or probably better, the 'worksheet' tools.
But these are not live views of the plan - however they can be cropped easily enough.
I actually use a series of layers and layer combinations and a couple of separate views to separate the plan and the annotation.
Then overlay these views in the layouts to produce the plan I want, each drawing can be cropped separately.
You will see exactly what I do in this post ...
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