the login command is used to login to the unix system of OSX.
to learn more about it type
As an example if you have a terminal window open and you are also logged into the GUI desktop you are logged in 2 times.
you can see how many sessions you have open by typing
7:52 up 23:49, 2 users, load averages: 1.43 1.53 1.50
the 2 users are your terminal window and your OS X gui.
if you open another terminal window and run uptime again you will see 3 users.
17:53 up 23:50, 3 users, load averages: 1.47 1.51 1.50
The command shown in the inspector is the command used for the terminal to login to UNIX. Not what command is running in the terminal session.
You can see what programs the terminal is running in the process info section of the inspector. You are only running login and bash in the screen shot you have uploaded.
To see the command of a running process select it in the inspector click the gear and click copy command. Paste it somewhere else.