The first thing to do is understand what the terms mean. It is okay to call yourself a "co-inventor" on a patent application, just be sure you call a patent application an "application". You also need to understand that a patent application does not mean a patent will ever issue. It can take a few successful patents before you understand if you're likely to be successful or not, but the good news is that so few people ever have applications submitted that just getting that far looks good on your CV.
You don't have to list the owner on your CV. A patent demonstrates technical prowess and is your intellectual accomplishment. It may be obvious from the filing date who is the owner ("assignee"), but again -- this is your intellectual accomplishment, you do not have to list the employer.
The format I use is to have a section which typically has a heading like "Relevant Patents" or "Relevant Patents and Applications". I have a lot. I pick and choose which ones I put on my CV. I didn't look up the portfolio of the other respondent, but I've also use that format when I had fewer -- "Patents Granted". The other respondent may just be listing a few of theirs as well.
If this sounds like "it depends on how many patents you have and what else you can put on your CV", that would be correct. When I only had 2 or 3 patents, I merged my patents with publications. Then I had more patents and publications and made separate sections. Then I had a ton of patents, some publications and conference presentations I hated, and I became selective. You will want to look at how much different kinds of material you have. Three sections for "Patents", "Publications" and "Conference Presentations", where each section has one entry looks really sad on a CV.
When I interview someone who lists "Patents", I make sure the patents were actually issued, and I read the patent or application. Make sure you provide enough information -- title of the patent application, application or patent number, country where filed or issued. Your interviewer will likely want to see what it is you and your co-inventors came up with.
Best of luck with the patent application!