This edifice was constructed in 1935,in the place of the former Military Command in Zemun, according to the designs of the renowned architect DragišaBrašovan.At the time, it was one of the largest buildings in Zemun, and to this day it has kept its dominant position within the spatial, cultural and historical whole known as the Old Core of Zemun. The structure has a rectangular base, an inner courtyard and a front garden. Set as an independent block-edifice, it alsoforms an urbanistic whole with the building of the Zemun Military Command in 5Glavna Street. It has a ground floor and four floors rising above it under adome of harmonized proportions, whose volume, also, is dispersed and accentuated by a dominant middle section. The symmetric volume of the main façade is highlighted by the side avant-corps of the ground floor and first two floors. The side façade is characterized by a steady rhythm of the openings and the carefully and discretely positioned voluminous figure of Icarus, whose mythological symbolism ties himwiththe building’s meaning and purpose. The edifice is characterized by originality, artfulness, interior dynamics and attention to detail. The Air-force Command Building in Zemun is of exceptional architectural but alsocultural and historical value. It is one of DragišaBrašovan’smost original works and an important example of the Yugoslav Modern movement between the two world wars. In using wide strokes and treating massesplayfully, the author developed a unique architectural program, while at the same time expressing with the symbolic spatial composition the building’s specific purpose. This edifice is the largest and most important structurebuilt within the Old Coreof Zemun.