That could work. But you have to do it backwards from what they intended. I assume you can enter a number like 30 next to VOIP once one of the port boxes is checked on that network.
"WAN" would connect to your OpenWrt box. It was intended to send tagged packets to an ISP modem that uses them for the different services. The other ports are always untagged.
In this setup the "VOIP" function will be the bridge to your modem, and the "IPTV" will be OpenWrt's LAN bridging to your LAN endpoints. The internal routing and wifi of the 1041 will not be used.
Leave port 1 in the 1041 LAN so you have a way to log into the 1041. After configuration as a switch, this port will be unpluged and not used. Check one port to VOIP (VLAN 30)-- the modem plugs in here-- and the remaining two to IPTV (VLAN20), which will be your LAN devices. You can plug one into your unmanaged switch to expand the number or LAN devices.
In OpenWrt, connect eth0.20 to the lan and eth0.30 to the wan.
The 1041 will be sending packets on VLAN10 trying to connect to an ISP. These will be ignored by OpenWrt since there is no eth0.10.