He pledged to work with local and national charities including the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, English Heritage, the Royal British Legion and the War Memorials Trust to make sure London’s war memorial, such as the Polish War Memorial were a lasting tribute to the fallen.
He said: “The service millions of Londoners gave to our country is brilliantly remembered at thousands of sites across our city.
“I want to make sure our memorials and monuments are in the best possible condition so they can remain a fitting tribute to the fallen, and help bring communities together today.
As Mayor, Zac says he will press the Chancellor for a new fund to help restore and protect London's war memorials in the run up to the centenary of the end of World War 1 in 2018.
Chancellor George Osbourne allocated the history-steeped bunker £1m from last summer's budget, collected from banker's fines.
Mr Goldsmith added: “Thousands of Londoners give up their time to honour the fallen, and I will stand up for them by working with government to secure the funds this vital work needs to be sustained.
“Together we can make 2018, the centenary of the Armistice, a real act of remembrance for all of London.”