The 45-year-old is set to address the UK Parliament after the end of Prime Minister’s Questions, which typically finishes close to 1pm.
The address comes Prime Minister Rishi Sunak met with Mr Zelensky on the steps of 10 Downing Street for a photo opportunity.
Mr Zelensky is due to meet at further length with the Prime Minister separately to the House of Commons address.
Buckingham Palace has also confirmed King Charles III will host a meeting with the Ukrainian president on Wednesday.
What can we expect from PMQs?
PMQs will be a significant test for Mr Sunak in the wake of Tuesday’s Cabinet reshuffle.
Sir Keir Starmer and other members of the opposition, including SNP Westminster leader Stephen Flynn will quiz the PM on a host of other topics.
When is PMQs and how can I watch?
Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) will take place in the Commons Chamber on Wednesday, February 8 at noon.
PMQs will be available on our livestream and on our article above – and you can also watch via parliament.tv.
You can also follow PMQs on BBC News and Sky News.