CandiedOrange's answer though a queue or stack could be implemented using a linked list, or an unrolled linked list, or a fully contiguous array representation, or something else.
But I want to wholeheartedly agree and echo and hone in on a part which is really about designs doing less. Minimalism is very beneficial to a design in all kinds of ways, from having fewer ways to misuse a design to providing it more room to be implemented efficiently, to even expressing your requirements better in code that uses a particular design (one that does less tells the readers of your code all the things you aren't going to be doing).
LIFO stacks and FIFO queues typically do less than, say, a doubly-linked list, and that doesn't make their designs inferior whatsoever. In a number of cases, it could make them superior. And that applies to tangible objects as well in the real world. For example, someone might ask: "why use one of these"?
... "when you have one of these?"
And it should be pretty obvious in this case. But that also applies to designs in software. Doing more isn't necessarily equivalent to superior. When it comes to daily efficiency, it's also not always about using cutting-edge algorithms and parallelized, vectorized code. Sometimes it's just about making sure you aren't paying for things you don't need. Using designs which provide way more than what you need will often extract that kind of cost, like that multitool above when all you really need is a sharp knife to cut sashimi.
And naturally when you state your design requirements clearly and say, "All I need is a sharp knife to cut sashimi", then the implementers can come up with far more efficient, more reliable implementations in a short period of time for that narrow set of requirements than if you said, "Uhh, I don't know what I need. Here's a list of all the possibilities of things I may or may not need," at which point they might take ages and then hand you that analogical multitool. And naturally if I see you carrying a sushi knife around, I can more easily deduce that you're probably going to be dicing up fish and figure out your intentions than if you were carrying a multitool around.