Zografou (Greek: Ζωγράφου) is a suburb of approximately 71,000 in the eastern part of the Attica agglomeration, Greece.
It was named after the Greek politician Ioannis Zografos.
To the east of Zografou lies mount Hymettus. The area, being close to the centre of Athens, developed similar urban sprawl characteristics, with high-rise buildings of even 10 stories tall being the norm.
The city is also home to the Athens university campus and polytechnical school campus and therefore, a great part of its population is university students. Zografou includes the smaller areas of Ilissia and Goudi.