We compare different structures of organic solar cells based on zinc phthalocyanine (ZnPc) and fullerene derivatives as electron donor and acceptor materials, respectively. Bilayer devices are fabricated and characterized by current-voltage and spectrally resolved photocurrent measurements. In a novel approach, the ZnPc was combined with soluble fullerene derivatives. With a pyrrolidinofullerene bearing chelating pyrridyl-groups we observed a complexation between donor and acceptor molecules. Due to a favorable structuring of the donor-acceptor interface this leads to a significant enhancement of the solar cell performance compared to similar devices where no complexation takes place. Coevaporated bulk heterojunction mixed-layers are introduced between the pristine layers. In these optimized structures short circuit currents up to 13 mA/cm2 are observed. We investigate the voltage dependence of the spectrally resolved photocurrent of ZnPc / Buckminsterfullerene bilayer solar cells and interpret the results in terms of the Gärtner model.