Ferroelectric lead zirconate titanate (PZT) thin films have been successfully prepared on a RuOx/Pt multilayered electrode by Metal Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition (MOCVD). The multilayered electrode was introduced to enhance device reliability for FRAM and DRAM applications. The variations in the microstructure and ferroelectric properties of the PZT thin films were investigated as a function of substrate thickness. The microstructure of the PZT thin films was found to have a strong dependence on the surface morphology of the substrate. The control of microstructure resulted in improved ferroelectric properties. The endurance of the Pt/RuOx/PZT/RuOx/Pt capacitor was also maintained up to 1010 cycles without any serious degradation. The ferroelectric capacitors on 4” wafer were integrated by using Inductively Coupled Plasma Reactive Ion Etching (ICP RIE) system and the fully processed MOCVD PZT capacitors showed good ferroelectric properties (Vc=0.57V, ργ=22μC/cm2 respectively).