I would suggest having the same
wal_level on all servers, as as it defines the amount of information you will have when WAL is created (on the primary, these files are then streamed to the standbys).
wal_level settings (with each setting writing more information to each WAL, as well as all that of lower levels) from low to high are:
replica (older values
hot_standby are mapped to this)
In this case I would set
wal_level = logical for all. As WAL is only created in one place this won't hurt, and it has the added benefit of keeping working if you ever promote a standby to a master.
hot_standby in the diagram, this has now been renamed
replica (although both still work).
Other than that this topology should be fine, we use something like this - although you have logical replication from the standby, you'll need to move this to coming from the master. There was a rejected patch to allow this to come from a standby in PostgreSQL 10, hopefully this comes through in PostgreSQL 11.