I actually understood how to solve this problem. In fact, we have to use a command prompt to change the installation directory. the procedure is the following:
1. Open the command prompt (You can find it by typing 'cmd' from the start menu).
2. Type the command 'd:' to change the current directory to D drive
3. Type the command 'cd D:\the address of the folder needed to install matlab products' to go to specific directory.
4. Type the command 'setup -downloadFolder D:\the address of the folder where you want to install' to setup the default destination to install.
Note that the way you type the address of folder is you can easily find on google.