The Ligue 1 leaders will hold a ceremony honouring the Brazilian legend prior to the Classique clash with Olympique de Marseille on Sunday
The 36-year-old represented the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid, Inter and AC Milan during the course of his career, and won two Ballons d'Or.
He won the World Cup twice, in 1994 and 2002, and overtook Gerd Muller as the competition's all-time leading goalscorer in 2006.
In recognition of his achievements, the Parisians will hold a ceremony honouring him prior to their Classique, with Ronaldo kicking off the game.
PSG and Marseille kick off at 20:45CET on Sunday.