The Magpies have made the trip to Ukraine for the return leg of the Europe League last-32 clash following last week's 0-0 draw at St James' Park.
Pardew, 51, said that there is enough experience within his ranks to rise to the challenge of playing in a potentially "hostile" atmosphere.
"The atmosphere will probably be the first time we really experience a hostile crowd in this competition," Pardew told NUFC.co.uk.
"But we have players who have played on the international stage and are used to that scenario, so I don't envisage a problem.
"If I put my best team up against any team in this competition, I would feel confident."
The winner of this evening's encounter will play either Anzhi Makhachkala or Hannover in the next round.