The second seed fired down 26 winners in an impressive showing as he made the third round for a ninth straight year.
“Court 1 played a little bit different to Centre Court,” said Djokovic post match.
“It was a very warm day, so wasn’t easy to play point after point and long rallies.
“But overall, I managed to impose my rhythm. I didn’t know much about [Pavlasek] to be honest, but from my side it was all working well.”
An inconsistent season has seen Djokovic drop to four in the world rankings but the 12-time Grand Slam winner won the Eastbourne tune up event last week without dropping a set, and produced a near faultless performance.
The victory takes Djokovic’s win-loss record at Wimbledon to 18-1 since 2014, and the former world number is aiming to win a first slam since securing the French Open crown in 2016 to complete a career slam.
The 30-year-old now awaits the winner of Juan Martin del Potro and Ernests Gulbis.