ASCII defines some control codes: for example 0x0A for Line Feed or 0x09 for Hoizontal Tab. Emacs gives them a meaning by the way they are rendered. 0x09 moves the succeeding text horizontally and 0x0A moves the text vertically. Most of the remaining control code are not used by Emacs. Instead they are displayed as a character with a preceding circumflex: for example Carriage Return as ^M or Form Feed as ^L.
But Unicode defines graphical representations for control codes. If the used font defines them, they can be used to display control codes.
In order to do so, it is necessary to tell Emacs to display anything else but ^M when it sees 0x0D. This is my question: how can I tell Emacs to display something else but ^M for 0x0D?