Kingdom of Heaven shows many thematic elements found in other well known movies by Scott like Gladiator with notable skill in Scott's use of visual and sound effects to emphasize emotions and significance of scenes.
From a visual aspect, Scott continually uses slow motion and dramatic visual effects to emphasize the dramatic tone of the scene. He uses this in Kingdom of Heaven frequently during battle scenes for a cool violence look too which is very Ridley Scott-esk as seen in his other films. This shot technique almost forces us to slow down and pay attention to the details instead of hastly trying to comprehend whats going on in the massive action scene.
Scott also uses a type of muting in the sound the simulate a feeling of seperation from the scene going on around the character, almost like an out of body experience, which takes the viewer out of the mayhem as well for a second.
Wether it be visual or auditory techniques, Ridley Scott displays his direction style in Kingdom of Heaven in full swing without a doubt.