Firstly. A certain impact of miller effect is normal operation. What's your specific problem with it?
Secondly. We need to see the actual gate driver circuit to understand how far "driver ouput" can be different from "Mosfet gate" voltage. Ringing suggests existence of wiring inductance, which can be generally considered "avoidable". But may be not avoidable for your design.
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The new waveform needs additional explanation respectively circuit information.
If this is actually drain-to-gate crosstalk (could be, because the capacitance is very nonlinear and considerably increasing near Vds = 0), there's apparently a problem of too high gate driver impedance.
Then it's primarly a wiring inductance problem, I think.
What resistor? Could it be a high impedance wire wound resistor?