I think the Fe-II atoms at the face centers of the cube have 3 rotation axes. One 4-fold rotation axis perpendicular to the face and two (mutually perperdicular) 2-fold rotation axes that lay in the face and are parallel to the sides of that face. The 4-fold rotation axis is the z-axis of the PAS and has axial symmetry.
The Fe-I atoms at the corners of the cube have three 4-fold rotation axes parallel to the sides of the cube intersection at the corner of the cube. Any of these axes can be chosen as z-axis of the PAS with axial symmetry.