Using unknown type methods in macro

I'm playing with macros and I found myself in a situation where I don't know how to make it compile. I want to call method on unknown type which I know should exist. Compiler should decide the type from the lvalue but for reason he doesn't do that.

Here is a mre

#[derive(Debug, Default)]
struct Inner {
    value: String,
}

#[derive(Debug, Default)]
struct Unknown {
    field: Option<Inner>,
}

impl Inner {
    fn create_from_str(value: &str) -> Self {
        Inner {
            value: value.to_owned(),
        }
    }
}

macro_rules! create_default {
    ($t:ty) => {{
        let mut unknown = <$t>::default();
        unknown.field = Some(<_>::create_from_str("hello"));
        unknown
    }};
}

fn main() {
    let unknown = create_default!(Unknown);
    eprintln!("{:?}", unknown);
}

The question here is if I can make it work with only changin body of macro. The only two possibilities I see are adding another macro parameter to call method directly or add some trait like CreateFromStr and call it like CreateFromStr::create_from_str. But they both have theirs drawbacks.

Playground link: https://play.rust-lang.org/?version=stable&mode=debug&edition=2018&gist=1b135e172340e529e78149f631a2c915

You cannot do this because Rust compiler doesn't exclude the possibility of some other types implement the same method:

struct Other;
impl Other {
    fn create_from_str(value: &str) -> Inner { unimplemented!() }
}

Traits must be used for the type inference.

The remaining possibility is somehow extracting the type Inner from unknown.field value. However, Rust doesn't have C++'s decltype equivalent and I don't think it is possible to do this currently. It seems like typeof is a reserved keyword and there is an RFC https://github.com/rust-lang/rfcs/pull/2706 but is not accepted well and I don't think it will be implemented anytime soon.