The designs, which have been presented to the City of San Diego as part of an Environmental Information Report, showcases more than 120 timeshare suites.
The plans also call for a Biblical museum, 20-foot-high replica of Jerusalem's wailing wall, dome theater and hologram-filled catacombs.
The 84-year-old's plan is to build the $125 million project on the site of a foreclosed Mission Valley hotel he bought more than four years ago.
Cerullo's organization estimates the vacation destination to draw up to 400,000 annual visitors and could generate $86 million in annual revenue.
The project still needs City Council approval but the ministry hopes to break ground this year and be open for reservations in 2018.