This zonohedron contains faces which are regular decagons (12 of them), equilateral octagons (30, all of the same type), equilateral hexagons (380 of them, of 7 types, with one of these 7 types, of which there are 20, being regular), squares (60), and non-square rhombi (480 of 8 types, counting reflections as separate types). With each polygon-type, including the reflections, given a different color, this zonohedron looks like this.
If reflected face-types are not counted as separate types, then the coloring-by-face-type uses four fewer colors, and looks like this:
Another view simply colors faces by numbers of sides, and is shown below. Each of these rotating images was created with Stella 4d, a program you may buy, or try for free, at http://www.software3d.com/Stella.php.
Can you make a geodesic polyheron please ?
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Here you go! https://robertlovespi.net/2020/05/28/by-request-a-geodesic-polyhedron/