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- For other uses, see Zhukov.
In the year 2333, the Zhukov was under the command of Captain Reynolds. The Zhukov was part of the task force organized to fight an unknown vessel attacking Federation vessels. (STA novel: Enigma). The Zhukov was under the command of Captain D'Emilio. Erik Pressman previously served on the vessel. (ST - The Lost Era novel: Deny Thy Father)
In the late 2350s, William T. Riker was assigned to the vessel out of the Academy. (TNG novel: Reunion) In 2362, the Zhukov was under the command of Captain Neil Gleason. The Zhukov was Reginald Barclay's first assignment. (ST video game: Starship Creator: Warp)
In 2374, the Zhukov visited Madigoor IV for a conference. (TNG novels: The Captain's Table, Dujonian's Hoard) In 2378, the Zhukov was under the command of Captain Milius Verata. (ST video game: Bridge Commander)
- commanding officer:
|Ambassador-class explorer/heavy cruiser starships|
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The model for the Zhukov was labeled as registry NCC-62136.
- STA novel: Enigma
- TNG episode: "Data's Day"
- Star Trek: Bridge Commander
- TLE novel: Deny Thy Father
- TNG novel: Reunion
- TNG - The Captain's Table novel: Dujonian's Hoard
- ST video game: Starship Creator: Warp
- ST - Tales from the Captain's Table short story: "Improvisations on the Opal Sea: A Tale of Dubious Credibility"