Praxis of 3D visualization developed during last two decades as successor of hand-drawn presentations and wood-and-paper model construction. It incorporates all the vital aspects of project and its technical documentation and synthesizes them into accurate, visually rich and even photo-realistic form. Three-dimensional simulation combines technical and theoretical information in a medium which is realistic and more forthright. The Balkans represents historically turbulent area which has left deep physical trace on cultural heritage, making some of monuments almost unrecognizable and some utterly destroyed. In this context 3D visualization could play a role of a specific “bypass” which could overcome some of most serious conservation and restoration problems during research and project design period.