The metallic binary-alloy fuel Uranium-Zirconium is important for the use of the new generation of advanced fast reactors. Uranium-Zirconium goes through a phase transition at higher temperatures to a (gamma) Body Centered Cubic (BCC) phase. The BCC high temperature phase is particularly important, since the BCC phase corresponds to the temperature range in which the fast reactors will operate. A semi-empirical MEAM (Modified Embedded Atom Method) potential is presented for Uranium-Zirconium. The physical properties of the Uranium-Zirconium binary alloy were reproduced using Molecular Dynamics (MD) simulations and Monte Carlo (MC) simulations with the MEAM potential. This is a large step in making a computationally acceptable fuel performance code.