According to pre-released excerpts, Johnson's speech will highlight projects worth £ 5 billion, which he will "accelerate", including improvements to schools and hospitals and "ready to dig" schemes such as park improvements.
Speaking in the West Midlands, he will claim that his ambitions to rebuild Britain echo the achievements of Franklin D Roosevelt (FDR), who undertook a general reconstruction of the US economy after the Great Depression and is remembered for large-scale projects like the Hoover dam.
But the prime minister's critics are likely to point out that there is no new money in the ad.
Some observers scoffed at Johnson's suggestion that his plan bears some resemblance to the White House of the 1930s.
"The notion that it is going to turn into FDR looks absolutely fanciful," said Professor Anand Menon, from the UK in a changing Europe thinktinking.
"FDR surrounded himself with experts and based on what they had to say, in a way that Boris Johnson has so far not."