Images of the two new ships have been developed by the Aircraft Carrier Alliance and show the carriers as they will look in service.
HMS Queen Elizabeth, which is now fully assembled, and HMS Prince of Wales are pictured complete with helicopters and the F-35B Joint Strike Fighter.
Aircraft Carrier Alliance Programme Director Ian Booth said: "There are 10,000 skilled people involved in creating these two ships in the UK, and together we are making tremendous progress."
The ships are being partially built on the Clydeside at Govan and Scotstoun before being assembled at Rosyth.
The Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers will be the largest ships ever to enter service with the Royal Navy. Weighing in at 65,000 tonnes, they will be home to as many as 1600 men and women.
They are being built by BAE Systems, Thales UK, Babcock and the Ministry of Defence.