A prison is like a cell in the following ways:
The cell membrane is like the walls and doors of the prison that keeps the prisoners from escaping. In the same way that the cell membrane only lets things that should get in get in and the things that should get out get out, the walls and doors of the prison keep the prisoners in and not out, restrict access to the prison, and allow the guards to enter and exit as they wish. The lipids in the lipid bilayer are like the bricks in the wall.
The food vacuoles are like the prison cells in that they don’t allow what is inside to escape from within. When a prisoner is put in a cell, the prisoner cannot escape from the cell, just as the food inside a vacuole cannot escape from the vacuole.
The lysosomes are like an electric chair in that just like how the lysosomes' digestive acids destroy what is inside the food vacuole, the electric chair will destroy the prisoner.
The cytosol is like the air in the prison in that just like how the cytosol surrounds all of the organelles in the cell, the air in the prison surrounds everything in the prison. Also, just like how the organelles communicate with each other through the cytosol, people communicate with each other through the air.
The nucleus is like the prison's warden in that just like how the warden is in complete control of the prison, the nucleus is in complete control of the cell. Also, just like how the warden is the most important person in the prison, the nucleus is the most important organelle.