You're going to do the same with the next partition, select, gear, move. Leave about 100mb between the efi and the Zorin system partition. Again, reboot. At this point boot into windows to make sure there are no errors, then zorin on the hard drive. You shouldn't get any errors. Then boot back into the live image.
If either throw an error, you will have to reinstall that os. Windows shouldn't complain since we only made it smaller.
Once your back in the live image the rest is easy.
The Zorin system partition, n1p4, hit the gear and resize. You want it to go up, to at least 60,000mb if not more. This number is up to you and depends on what you plan on installing software-wise. If you want games that play in steam, make it larger than 100gb. Game sizes range from a few gigs to almost a hundred. Don't use the entire drive though.
In the unallocated space that's left, hit the plus and create a partition (add a name to it if you like). Format it as ext4 (this will be for your /home folder) and make it at least 60gb. This is where all your settings, plugins, documents, pictures, videos, downloads and other such personal data reside... size it accordingly.
If you want to have a shared data partition, a place to store things you want to access from both windows and zorin, or a backup partition, don't use the rest of the drive.
Gparted will show you a UUID for your home partition. Select it by left click and dragging over it, if possible. You'll need this number to put in fstab later. If you can't select and copy, write it down, being very careful to get it right. If one number is off, the mount will fail.