PSG's supporters have already made clear that a cauldron of noise will await the defending European champions, there is the intention to make Tuesday's second leg as uncomfortable night as possible for the Spanish giants.
"What we have to do is play our game without thinking about the atmosphere," he explained.
"We're used to difficult atmospheres.
"We'll be very focused and we have the players who know how to be calm."
"I don't know, they haven't trained with us," Zidane admitted. "I can't say anything, what I want is for everyone to travel and train on Monday.
"Then by Tuesday, you will see the team we start with."