.zip archives are the most used because can be created by all programs, including free ones. Although, .zip archives aren't the best to reduce file size (see test) and WinZip isn't the best program (see comparison).
These types of archives can be created by many programs and sometimes when we download or receive a file like this, we may encounter some error messages because the file is corrupted, invalid, or damaged:
We created and used for tests different sets of ZIP files:
The most important is the percentage of recovery, then there are features.
Some tools were able to recover only a part of files contained within corrupted ZIP archive. Also, some tools aren't able or doesn't include the option to recover corrupted files found in a corrupted ZIP file (is good to have them, even they are partially damaged).
Regarding features, is nice to have batch processing (fix multiple archives at once), drag&drop and a detailed report with how many and which files have been recovered.
First use the free programs, then try those with full trial (WinRAR, PowerArchiver) because doesn't have any limitation within the trial period and will let you to fix/recover all files, then try the specialized and paid tools.
Object Fix Zip - is free and interface looks promising, but failed to repair or fix all corrupted archives.