This question has been posed several times, so is probably a duplicate. However, the two instruments are very different, and I feel there's not a huge point trying to tranfer skills from guitar to piano.
Of course, the theory used in playing both is very similar, but the execution of it is very different. Generally, 6 is the maximum number of notes available simultaneously on guitar. Not so on piano. 48 notes total on guitar, up to 88 on piano. Same note avaiable in different places on guitar, only one place for each on piano. Far easier to play a melody and chords simultaneously on piano. Only one staff to read for guitar - two on piano.
When I first started guitar, after a few years on piano, I did use one to help the other - both ways round. But then, each took its own path, and now (many years later), I play each with no thought of the other, as for me, one works better in a given situation - they're not a substitute for each other.
So, this answer is saying you can try to transfer your music from guitar to piano, but it's better (in my opinion) to treat each separately as far as playing is concerned. You mention playing guitar chords on piano. Fine. It's interesting as an exercise, but with so much more available for different voicings on piano, discover what it can do in its own right.