Like a lot of Galar Pokémon, it’s an interesting concept design-wise but I feel the execution could’ve been a little better. It looks awkward with its fat lower body but oddly skinny tail—I think they should’ve made it taper out instead. Also, it’s movepool is somewhat lacking in the physical department which makes it not as fun to use as you’d think, in-game at least.
Its color scheme is garish and it is far too square-shaped, looking like a brick. I understand it has a basis in Indian elephant statues made of jade, but I feel the design could be better executed. Overall, I don't like it. I'll give minor points though for having a cool, respectable-sounding name.
Kangaskhan's never even touched my favorite Pokemon list, but it is a source of intrigue for me. It's a Pokemon that is clearly based on the marsupial, but at the same time is more of a bulky, scaly saurian monster than the expected furred skinny mammal. I've always sorta viewed Kangaskhan as sort of the 'hallmark/representative' of Gen 1's art direction in monsters: the point where the character designers were still largely cribing off of kaiju film creature designs. The other Pokemon I see in such a manner is Nidoking/Nidoqueen, who's pretty blatantly a Baragon expy, and Rhydon, the first Pokemon ever designed, who's overall more closer to a nondescript dinosaur brute than an anthropomorphic rhino.
I'd probably like it more if Galarian Farfetch'd didn't exist and Farfetch'd in general could evolve into it a la Koffing to Galarian Weezing and Cubone to Alolan Marowak, but I still like it. I find the idea of Farfetch'd eventually developing such smug self-confidence from risking its life many times to the point of wielding weapons far taller than it to be charming. I even think it sorta ties in to how its physiology isn't really any different from regular Farfetch'd, even though many people deride it for this reason.