The ZEBRA project incorporates the creative practice of visual communication into existing road markings. The latter are produced according to the Rules on Road Markings. According to the Rules, pedestrian crossings, or so-called zebra crossings, should be at least 4 metres wide. They can be marked by equal white lines that are 50 centimeters wide and with 50 centimetres wide spaces in between, or are demarcated along the width at the ends by white line markings, which are 10 centimetres wide, with the width of the field measuring 380 centimetres. The ZEBRA project redefines the visual image of road markings, where their functionality and choice of color remain the same. The public users accept the ZEBRA project as classical pedestrian crossing only that it gives more human faces of the road markings. In this sense, it gives design a public character that expresses good codes of practice with its innovative expression.