The developer and its local partner Wrenbridge have commissioned Studio Egret West to design the 8,000 seater community stadium.
As well as the main stadium, the Cambridge sporting village proposals include an indoor sports dome as well outdoor sports pitches and community and leisure facilities.
The plan for the community stadium also includes Sports Science laboratories and classrooms for Anglia Ruskin University.
Cambridge United First Team Manager Jez George said: “Seeing these early designs is really exciting for the whole football club.
“We already know how important the Cambridge Sporting Village is for our future but seeing these fantastic early ideas of how it could look really lifts everyone at the club.
“The new stadium is vital to the future of this club and the CUYCT. We are so much more than just a football club and this stadium will give us the opportunity to expand the Trust’s community activities and put the Football Club back where it belongs – in The Football League.”
Grosvenor project director Ed Skeates said: “The project will create a business model that will ensure financial stability and secure occupation for all stakeholders and provide a centre for sports education for all ages.”
David West of Studio Egret West added: ‘The community stadium has been designed as an integrated, mixed use building.
“Rather than a stand-alone object building the community stadium will mesh into the surrounding built and natural Cambridge landscape.”