Electrical properties of icosahedral phases (I-phase) that precipitated in Zr65Al7.5Cu7.5Ni10M10 (M=Ag, Pd), Zr65Al7.5Cu1.25Ni10M5 (M=Ag, Pd), Zr65Pd25Ni10 and Zr70Pd20Ni10 metallic glasses have been investigated. In-situ resistivity change with increasing temperature was measured at a heating rate of 0.67 K/s from room temperature. I-phase transformation was occurred in the supercooled liquid phase for Zr-Al-Cu-Ni-M glasses, followed by the crystallization to stable Zr2Ni- and Zr2Cu-type crystals. Ternary glasses exhibited the I-phase crystallization from the glass solid phase and subsequently the transformation of I-phase to crystal phases like Zr2Ni and Zr2Pd. The resistivity of I-phase decreased together with advancing I-phase precipitation, about 2 % compared to the resistivity of the supercooled liquid phase, for typical Zr65Al7.5Cu7.5Ni10Ag10 glass. On the other hand, Zr70Pd20Ni10 glass showed the resistivity increment of about 5 % just after completing I-phase crystallization. Low temperature conductivity of Zr65Al7.5Cu7.5Ni10Ag10 and Zr70Pd20Ni10 glasses and I-phases may be explained by the weak localization model of conduction electron in the range from about 20 K to room temperature.