For Poland communists were another occupants. We fought against them in 1919-21, trying to prevent Poland falling under foreign rule. Many may say that the Red Army “liberated” Poland from Nazis, but in fact they have invaded us alongside with the Germans. They basically caused the war, and after the peace treaty they remained in Poland, installing communism in a place where people did not wanted it. Especially those, who actually fought for Poland on the side of the Alliance. Many Polish soldiers were executed, also those who were formerly allied with the Soviets.
So yes, we definitely have a different image of communism than Yugoslavia had. Such things as street names should not bear the name of those, who were our enemies (even though they were Poles themselves), as such things should bear names of those, who shall be an example to follow for an average Pole.