The Rangers boss returned to the club after spending a year out of the game working at Sky as a football expert.
And the Serbian has full respect for his opposite number when he lines up against him at Loftus Road.
He said: “All managers are different. He [Holloway] has done many important things in this profession. He has been successful with many clubs in this country.
“I think he has been promoted two or three times and we have to respect him. QPR is in a great moment.
“They have won three games in a row. They have shown important improvement in the last few games.”
The R’s won the last encounter between the two sides at Craven Cottage, with the visitors managed at that time by Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.
In the last few matches, Holloway has brought about a revival in fortunes and Jokanovic is wary of the threat that tomorrow’s hosts pose.
“They have shown in their last few games that they are really competitive. They push hard. They aren’t going to fight us to win possession of the ball, they will try to be effective, quick and clinical.
“We are going to follow our style. They have made important progress in the last few games.”
Fulham completely dominated the reverse fixture but ended up losing. However, Jokanovic is bullish about his team’s chances.
“I expect we are going to dominate, I expect we are going to make more attempts, I expect we are going to shoot more times and in the end I expect a different result to the last match against them.
“Our identity more or less now is clear, I don’t expect that we are going to surprise them so much. I believe I know what they are going to try against us.
“They are going to be ready, we are going to be ready and we will see who is going to win the game.”