I have compiled an example. With it be correct to assume that a noun with 0-ending would end up with the following syntax?
N: старый ламп
A: старый ламп
G: старого ламп
D: старому ламп
I: старым ламп
P: старом ламп
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Лампа is a feminine noun with a very much non-zero ending.
It's more conventional, in Russian, to list accusative between dative and instrumental.
An actual zero-ending noun (like журнал, which you used in your previous question) would be declined on its own quite independently of the adjective: старый журнал, старого журнала, старому журналу, etc. The adjective, on the other hand, inherits the noun's animacy category, and adjusts its accusative form accordingly.