When comparing Zukitwo vs Moka, the Slant community recommends Moka for most people. In the question“What are the best Gnome Shell themes?” Moka is ranked 3rd while Zukitwo is ranked 4th. The most important reason people chose Moka is:
Besides this Gnome Shell theme there are [multiple GTK and icon themes](http://mokaproject.com/) that match, giving the user a wide variety of themes to mix and match that still look great together.
Ranked in these QuestionsQuestion Ranking
Pro Built in matching GTK theme
Zukitwo theme offers a matching GTK theme to the built in Gnome Shell theme.
Pro Offers PPA for easy install on Ubuntu based distros
Zukitwo offers an Ubuntu PPA for Ubuntu based distros.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/themes sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install zukitwo
Pro Wide support
Besides this Gnome Shell theme there are multiple GTK and icon themes that match, giving the user a wide variety of themes to mix and match that still look great together.
Pro Several distro specific instruction to download
Moka offers suers easy to follow instructions to download including PPA's for Ubuntu based distros and Fedora specific instructions to install its repo.
Con Only supports latest version of Gnome Shell and GTK
Zukitwo only officially supports the latest release of Gnome Shell and GTK.
Con Does not work on older version of Gnome Shell
Moka does not work on Ubuntu 12.04 nor will it work on Debian Wheezy as they both use old version of Gnome Shell.