Throw the whole red pepper on the grill at the same time. We want to roast that bad boy, so first step is charring (I mean black) all of the skin so we can peel it off easily later on.
While the chicken breasts are cooking, brush the zucchini strips with a little olive oil and then dust them with some salt and pepper.
Grill the zucchini next to the chicken. They should only take about 2 minutes on each side. Again, if you want to read more about grilling zucchini, here are more details.
At this point, your red pepper should be nicely charred. Put it in a bowl and cover with plastic wrap. The steam will continue to roast the pepper, as well as loosen the skin. Here are complete instructions on roasting a red pepper.
Cut the grilled chicken, zucchini and roasted red pepper (make sure you followed those directions above and peeled off the charred skin) into bite-sized chunks and combine in a large bowl.
Add the hot (but drained, do I have to mention that?) orzo pasta to the bowl.
Stir in the goat cheese and lemon juice and combine everything, allowing the hot food to get that great goat cheese all melted and gooey. Yum!