Each of the links show good items that will work for you. I have exactly the same filter and pump. Since I don't know the size of your tank I can't tell you the size you want. Two things you should add are an airline check valve and an airline control valve. Pet solutions has them, just type check valve or air control valve in the search box.
I don't have a picture and can't get one, all of mine are buried in my tanks. But the assembly is easy. On one end of the air pump is a short tube (approx. 1/8" dia and less than a half inch long (don't worry there is only one on the smaller pumps) Push one end of the airline on to the pump tube. You may want to wet the end of the airline to make it easier to slide on. You can also use your hair drier to expand the end of the tubing slightly for ease of assembly
Next, cut the airline about a few inches from the pump (not critical, appearance only) insert the check valve in to the cut end of the tube from the pump. Now comes the tricky part. The check valve should have an arrow or other means on the case to indicate air flow, you want to point the arrow away from the pump. So you understand what the check valve does, it allows air to flow from the pump to the sponge filter but stops water from the tank syphoning into the pump incase of a power failure or somebody or thing disconnecting the poser cord.
Next, slide the end of the long piece of airline on to the other end of the check valve. Again cut the airline a short distance from the check valve and slide on to one end of the control valve. Slide the end of the long piece of airline tubing on the other end of the control valve. Almost there.
Decide where the filter is to go and cut the tubing at a length to allow the tubing to reach the filter when it is placed in the tank and the pump is located where you want t. Before installing the filter in the tank plug the pump in the socket and check for air flow. You might have to open the control valve, they are usually sold in the closed position.
The sponge filter will probably want to float when it is dry so you will have hold it down for a short while. You can then adjust the control valve to the flow you want.
I hope you don't feel that I have talked down to you, but you seemed to be very hesitant about how to set the filter up. During my career I wrote a lot of instructions for assembly, etc.
If you have any questions feel free.
Sorry for the long winded post.