No, we are not talking about his brace that led the Spanish side to the European trophy glory.
From there the squad headed to the club's Santiago Bernabeu where a capacity 81,000 fans are expected for further celebrations, including a lights show and firework display.
Zidane and Co also won the La Liga title for the first time since 2011-12 after a period of Barcelona dominance, as the Catalans won three of the four previous titles.
Ronaldo netted twice for Madrid on Saturday evening in a 4-1 win over Juventus to secure back-to-back Champions League trophies for Madrid, which was also the club's third European title in four years.
But an injury to Gareth Bale in a crucial part of the season allowed Isco to come back into side and the 25-year-old shone for Real in the Champions League ties against Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid. "But I still finished the season happy, it's a great finish with another trophy". "We have to give credit to Zidane, he helped us in 2001 by bringing in his talent and changing the course of history, and now as a coach he is doing a tremendous job and we have to thank him".
I did it and I shaved myself, ' he told Real Madrid TV.
Superstar Cristiano Ronaldo opened the scoring in the 20th minute and became the first player ever to score in three different Champions League finals.
"We are at good ages, we have young players that are coming and have a lot of quality". "That is why he is already the best coach in the world". You can always count on me'.
One of Madrid's greatest players, Zidane was an assistant to Carlo Ancelotti when Madrid won the Champions League in 2014.
"It has been a spectacular year, that you only dream of", he added.
And like Real's performance on the pitch at the Principality Stadium as they tore the Italian champions apart with goals from Casemiro and Marco Asensio adding to Ronaldo's double, there was no sign of the Madrid fans' tiring of success.