RAW it's the DM's call. Doing nothing is the most reasonable response, as commands must be (largely) self-contained and unambiguous to be acted upon
This is obviously going to be a DM judgment call since it's not one of the standard commands, but, based on prior iterations of the spell in older editions, I would rule that the command must have obvious, largely unambiguous meaning for the subject to obey it, where the only implied word in the command can be "You" (as the subject) and "me" (as the object). Of the available default commands, almost all of them follow this construct:
Admittedly, the standard commands include Drop, which is wildly ambiguous to my mind. If I heard that word without knowing the spell, I'd assume it meant to go prone (just like Grovel), not to drop what I'm holding, but at least things you're holding (in your hands) are a narrowly defined concept.
By contrast, "Doff" just means "to take off or remove something". There's no indication it means armor vs. anything else you're carrying/wearing, so dropping their backpack, or taking off their hat or gloves would be equally possible. Commands must be one word, and if that word doesn't clearly correspond to do an obvious action, they do nothing.
For comparison, back in 2E, the wording of the spell included:
The subject will obey to the best of his/its ability only as long as the command is absolutely clear and unequivocal; thus, a command of “Suicide!” is ignored.
The new version of the spell is not so clear as that, but if there's no clear and unequivocal action to take in response to the command, then expecting the subject of the spell to choose the worst response to it is unreasonable.