All the powered devices in your rack will be powered by the Power Conditioner - it's basically a rack mounted power-strip.
The Guitar Interface takes a guitar input and modifies it with guitar effects. It then supplies the output to any of it's output ports - quarter inch, USBMidi, etc.
The Audio Interface takes a guitar, mic or Midi Keyboard input and presents it at a USBMidi output.
There are two things missing from your setup; A Computer, to process any USBMidi information being supplied by either interface (this is optional), and an amplifier (unless you have powered monitors).
If you only play guitar, there is some duplication here. I'd bin the Audio Interface, and just use the Guitar interface. If you play keys as well, or sing, then that's where the Audio Interface comes into its own; it will supply that information to a computer for further processing.
If you do want to use both devices, then (personally) I wouldn't chain them; I'd get a rack mounted mixer, and feed four channels (stereo from the guitar rack, and stereo from your computer) into your mixer, and run outputs to an amplifier (or just run left/right from the mixer into powered monitors).