Broadband response metamaterial absorber (MMA) remains a challenge among researchers. A nanostructured new Zero Indexed Metamaterial (ZIM) absorber is presented in this study, which is constructed with a hexagonal shape resonator for the optical region applications. The design consists of a resonator and dielectric layers made with tungsten and quartz (Fused), respectively. The proposed absorbent exhibits average absorption of more than 0.8972 (89.72%) within the visible wavelength of 450-600 nm and almost perfect absorption 0.99 (99%) at 458.54 nm. Based on computational analysis, the proposed absorber can be characterized as Zero Indexed Metamaterial. The developments of ZIM absorbers have demonstrated plasmonic resonance characteristics and a perfect impedance match. The incidence obliquity in typically the range of 0°–90° both in TE and TM mode with maximum absorbance is more than 0.8972 (~89.72%) and up to 35° angular stability, which is suitable for solar cell applications, like exploiting solar energy. The proposed structure prototype is designed and simulated by a study of microwave technology numerical computer simulation (CST) tools. Finite integration technique (FIT) and finite element method (FEM) is performed to data analysis in CST software, and HFSS also helps validate the numerical data of the proposed ZIM absorber. The proposed MMA design is appropriate for substantial amounts of absorption, wide-angle stability, absolute invisible layers, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), color images, and thermal imaging applications.