There isn't a single command/method that I've seen that will give you this easily, but rather you'll have to create this linkage yourself using a variety of components.
For starters, on Linux you can have the system automount the NTFS partition via the
/etc/fstab file anytime that it boots.
/dev/sda2 /mnt/somedir ntfs-3g permissions,locale=en_US.utf8 1 2
Then within the NTFS partition, while it's booted to Windows, you could create a junction point or symbolic link inside the directory
I have not tried this before but it looks like you can also do this from the Linux side using the
setattr command to create a junction point.
# Display the reparse data of the file source-file
$ getfattr -h -e hex -n system.ntfs_reparse_data source-file
# Copy the reparse data of the file source-file
# to the file target-file
$ REPARSE=`getfattr -h -e hex -n system.ntfs_reparse_data source-file | \
grep '=' | sed -e 's/^.*=//'`
$ setfattr -h -v $REPARSE -n system.ntfs_reparse_data target-file