A rejection stamp from anywhere in your passport might well cause a consular officer to spend a few extra minutes on making sure everything is in order. But it is not itself a ground for refusal, nor does it mean you application has to pass any stricter conditions than it ordinarily would.
So unless your application depends on something escaping the consular officer's notice, there should not be a problem.
The Russian government is not exactly widely respected in Europe for its spotless approach to human rights. There are plenty of ways to become unpopular with it that EU countries have no interest at all in helping "punish", even at the best of times. And now is not, diplomatically speaking, the best of times.