The 'Hold It Against Me' singer recently announced that she is to tour the US for 26 shows this summer.
Rudolph has admitted that the stage settings Spears used for her recent shows in Las Vegas and San Francisco give a good indication of what fans can expect from the tour.
"This is exactly the direction we're moving in," he told MTV. "'Till The World Ends' keeps becoming a theme for us.
"The way we come up with a concept for a show like this is we sit with Britney, she talks to us about what she's interested in and what excites her.
"We start with the songs on the album; we start with coming up with general, broad concepts. She tells us what interests her and excites her, and from there, we have [the input of music tour director] Jamie King and [choreographer] Brian Friedman."
Spears was due to co-headline the tour with Enrique Iglesias, but the 'Tonight (I'm Lovin' You)' star pulled out shortly after the shows were announced, apologising to fans "for the confusion" regarding his involvement.
Spears's seventh studio album Femme Fatale is on course to enter the US Hot 200 at number one, while it entered at number four in the UK midweek chart.
Watch the video for Britney Spears's single 'Hold It Against Me' below: