The Pi Zero can run a VNC server (which is included with Desktop versions of Raspbian), and you can use the free RealVNC viewer to get remote desktop control of Raspbian. https://www.realvnc.com/en/connect/download/viewer/
You can run the Pi0 headless with USB Gadget mode, or cut the cord with a Raspbian compatible USB WiFi dongle. I have done both.
For wireless access I use a pcDuino USB WiFi dongle I got from Amazon for $4 with a tiny OGT adapter that fits inside the plug.
By placing a file named "ssh" (or ssh.txt) and a properly configured wpa_supplicant.conf file on the small FAT32 "boot" partition of a Raspbian imaged SD card, the Pi0 will boot up with SSH enabled and connect to my wireless network. I can then login with SSH and use the configuration utility to enable the VNC server.
If there is some specific reason you need Team Viewer then it seems like you are out of luck. However, if all you really want is remote desktop control of your Raspberry Pi Zero computer, RealVNC will do that. If you think RealVNC will work for you, then check out this other post of mine for more detailed instructions. viewtopic.php?p=1318257#p1318257