Personally I would go with the GTX 980, while all three have 4 GB of video RAM as it has the most CUDA cores and the fastest memory bandwidth. If you do not have an expensive 10-bit monitor forget the Quadro cards. Another advantage of the GTX 980 is that you have four outputs but while all do it has an HDMI 2.0 for a 4K TV, if you go that way.
Card Price Performance BFTB Quadro K2200 € 450 < 30.6 < 42.8 Quadro K4200 € 800 < 65.5 < 51.6 GTX 980 € 630 = 100 100.0
The table above says it all. Because of the limited ROP's, FP64's, clock speed and smaller L2 cache the performance and BFTB may be even lower for the Quadro cards than shown here.
Between those three I agree with the above two responses: Go with the GTX 980 even though you will not be able to use the obsolete RayTracer feature in After Effects.
The two Quadros have major deficiencies for the price: The K4200 is not a Maxwell GPU, but an older generation Kepler GPU (it is based on the GK104 GPU) that has 1344 CUDA cores but a memory throughput of only 173 GB/second (versus 1152 CUDA cores but a 192 GB/second memory throughput for the now-obsolete GTX 760), while the K2200 is simply a GTX 750 Ti (based on the first-generation Maxwell-architecture GPU GM107) with GPU Boost disabled and a slightly lower memory throughput (80 GB/second versus 86.4 GB/second).