Charlie Hebdo will feature a cartoon of the Prophet Mohammed in a special "survivor's issue" of the magazine produced after last week's massacre.
The illustrated image will show the bearded figure with a tear in his eye under the message "all is forgiven".
A total of three million copies of the magazine will be printed in several languages - instead of its usual 60,000 - when it goes on sale on Wednesday.
The cover of the magazine has been published online by the Liberation newspaper.
It is the first edition since two Islamist gunmen stormed Charlie Hebdo's headquarters in Paris on 7 January and killed 12 people, in apparent revenge for the publication of cartoons featuring the prophet.
Cherif and Said Kouachi claimed they belonged to the jihadist group al Qaeda in Yemen.
They were killed on Friday, along with accomplice Amedy Coulibaly, who claimed to belong to rival Islamic State group.
Coulibaly murdered a policewoman and then four Jewish shoppers the following day during a hostage drama at a kosher supermarket in the French capital.