The "standard" look of radio selections is a well-understood design pattern
The UI you have presented shows a pair of buttons. To the user, it can be unclear what the expected behavior of this control is. Buttons are usually used to change the view state, which is similar to the radio button behavior you intend. This visual appearance is also sometimes used as a checkbox interface, which independently toggles the items. When the user approaches this interface, it is not clear what will happen when she interacts with the control.
Users may not understand that the options are exclusive
Radio selections are unambiguous that one and only one of the options is selected. If the form design does not present this, and your options are insufficiently distinct (a very common problem on forms), users may become frustrated when the form advances without allowing them to choose multiple options. Presenting in the well-known radio button style makes this expectation mismatch less likely.