The reinforcement learning research area contains a wide range of methods for solving the problems of intelligent agent control. Despite the progress that has been made, the task of creating a highly autonomous agent is still a significant challenge. One potential solution to this problem is intrinsic motivation, a concept derived from developmental psychology. This review considers the existing methods for determining intrinsic motivation based on the world model obtained by the agent. We propose a systematic approach to current research in this field, which consists of three categories of methods, distinguished by the way they utilize a world model in the agent's components: complementary intrinsic reward, exploration policy, and intrinsically motivated goals. The proposed unified framework describes the architecture of agents using a world model and intrinsic motivation to improve learning. The potential for developing new techniques in this area of research is also examined.