Zamora has been out with a hip injury since November but is back in training and close to a first-team return.
New signing Remy made an instant impact for the Hoops last weekend, scoring on his debut in the 1-1 draw at West Ham United.
Redknapp believes that finding a way to partner the pair without losing the creative influence of Adel Taarabt will be key to QPR's chances of survival.
He told the Daily Mail: "Remy's movement is good, he's quick and he'll score goals for us I'm sure.
"I fancy him and Zamora together. I've got to find a way of playing them two, and then Taraabt, to get the best out of them.
"It will give us a bit of attacking threat. Taarabt could play in a diamond, in behind. If Bobby is fit it will make a big difference to us. I love him."
QPR are still four points adrift at the bottom of the Premier League despite their recent revival under Redknapp.