The Germans may have an impressive array of attacking talent, with the likes of Ozil and Gomez in particular impressing, but Prandelli is adamant he will not be cowed into making any drastic alterations to his usual tactics.
"We will not change what has brought us here," Prandelli told the BBC.
"It would be a shame to waste the work of two years. We would be lacking maturity to play a different way."
Andrea Pirlo was lauded by Prandelli after his virtouso performance against England but the 54-year-old was also quick to praise the other midfieders for their contributions to the team.
"We have quality in midfield, a lot of flair, a lot of physical strength and technical ability in there," he said.
"Riccardo Montolivo, Claudio Marchisio and Daniele De Rossi - they try and give us numbers in the midfield."
However, Prandelli is also aware of Germany's strenghts and believes sitting back against the Germans is suicidal.
"We cannot sit deep [against Germany]," the former Fiorentina coach insisted.
"Germany will press us high up the pitch. We are ready for this.
"We know where they are good, we think we know how they will line up and that they might make changes."
Italy, who are unbeaten against Germany in seven competitive matches, will set up a meeting with Spain in the final if they manage to overcome the Germans.