The Serbian military cemetery in Thessaloniki, built in the area of Zejtinlik (former Turkish market) where the Main Military Hospital for the Serbian Army has been located since 1916. and which included a cemetery for deceased fighters, was designed with the idea of burying in a common cemetery for all the fallen warriors on the Thessaloniki front.
The most prominent Serbian architects participated in the second competition with the memorial temple of Saint Sava in Vračar, announced in 1926, among whom Milan Zloković and the Russian architect Andrej Vasiljevič Papkov performed with a joint competition work, which, according to the jury, was the redemption prize. The competition notice was looking for a monumental temple in the Serbian-Byzantine style from the time of Prince Lazar, which could accommodate six thousand believers.
The competition work for the building of the Home for the Disabled in Mali Kalemegdan is a lesser-known Zloković project from an earlier period of creativity, which is now available to researchers in the archive collection of Milan Zloković at the Belgrade City Museum.
The conceptual solution for the Maritime Museum in Split continues Zloković’s consideration of modernist design, in this project, focused on the relations of architectural elements according to the set structure – strip windows, corner balconies, divided facade beams and corner mast.
A notable conceptual solution from Zloković’s early modernist phase is the competition work for arranging the Terazije Terrace in Belgrade, considered a space of significant urban-architectural intervention in the central city zone.
The competition work for the Palace of the Privileged Agrarian Bank in Belgrade is a lesser-known Zloković design from an earlier period of creativity, which is now available to researchers in the Milan Zloković Collection at the Belgrade City Museum.
The competition work for the building of the Railway Station in Skopje is one of the lesser-known Zloković’s projects from the earlier period of his work, which is now available to researchers in the Milan Zloković Collection at the Belgrade City Museum.. Using previous experience in working on models of smaller railway stations, in order to give these facilities a modern architectural expression, Zloković is designing a modern railway station with three platform islands for Skopje.
Among the architectural competitions that were announced for state institutions in Belgrade during the 1930s, was the competition for the State Printing House from 1933, in which many leading Yugoslav architects participated.
The competition work for the building of the State Postage Stamp Printing Factory in Belgrade is one of the lesser-known Zloković projects from the mature period of creativity, which is now available to researchers in the Milan Zloković Collection at the Museum of the City of Belgrade. The state markarnica, an institution where postage and tax stamps and other securities were printed, was located before the Second World War in low barracks in the area at the foot of Senjak (on the corner of Vojvode Mišića Boulevard and Ruska Street).
From the first national festivals organized in the middle of the 19th century to large international manifestations of economic and social significance within the 20th century, world exhibitions represented an experimental field for numerous areas of economic and technical development, as well as for the scope of architectural creation.