Have a look at Google Colab: https://colab.research.google.com/
It allows you to run Linux commands on your Google Drive.
To connect to your Google Drive, create a new Python 3 notebook. Then copy and paste the following code into the notebook, and then execute the cell (click on the play button or use shift-enter):
from google.colab import drive
The answer is yes. All you need to do is to include Pyodide to your web page:
window.languagePluginUrl = 'https://pyodide-cdn2.iodide.io/v0.15.0/full/';
You can write a simple python code to extract the zip-file directly in your Google Drive from Google Colab.
Note: For this code to work, you'll need to install a module named rarfile in Colab. You can do so by the following code snippet:
pip install rarfile
Without getting into the details of how it works, go ahead and copy the code snippet below into ...