This question is not a new question. The question is planted into the mind from the silver screen. One of the movies with this question is the Da Vinci Code. Again in a Kevin Costner movie, the "ark" arrives and is created intentionally to look like Ezekiel's description... and the allusion is also made earlier in the film.
The answer is: NO.
Ezekiel described a living thing, not a machine. He did not say it had things "like eyes", he said it had eyes.
This deception is intentional. There is a wicked plan called "Blue Beam", which will present a fake rapture, a fleet of alien ships come to pose as helpers (New Agers have already bought this, and are waiting for them to save them from a dying earth). To the lukewarm Christians, it will look like the rapture, come to save them before any trouble comes.
In the real rapture, which will happen at the 7th Trumpet blast, Jesus will come on the clouds with a shout, riding in great glory. Everyone will see Jesus riding on the clouds. People will be taken up from where they stand. This will be visible; we will see others going up to the clouds. Immediately afterward, Jesus destroys the earth by fire. This is called "The Great and Terrible Day of the Lord."
Do not be deceived by Blue Beam. Those people will have to walk to specified locations to be beamed up. When Jesus comes, we will go up from right where we are, without traveling to where any specified spot.