It’s the “supreme” tribute for a New York-born icon.

A tile sign for Manhattan’s 50th Street station on the C/E line was doctored to read “Ruth St.” in memory of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who died Friday at 87 from complications of pancreatic cancer.

Twitter account Plannedalism blasted out a video of the handiwork late Saturday — in which the “50” was altered into an “RU” — though it wasn’t immediately clear who was behind the guerrilla memorial, or if it remained intact Sunday.

In the clip, a straphanger is seen using her phone to take a photo of the subterranean tribute to a lion of the highest court in the land.

There’s precedent for the memorial.

Soul great Aretha Franklin was similarly honored after her 2018 passing — with fans altering signs at the Franklin Street 1-train station in Manhattan, and the Franklin Avenue A/C station in Brooklyn — while fellow music legend Prince was memorialized at Manhattan’s Prince Street R/W station in 2016.

The MTA liked the impromptu Franklin tribute so much that they made it official, adding stickers at the station reading “Respect.”

Brooklyn born and raised, Ginsburg had served on the Supreme Court since 1993 and was remembered as a champion of equal rights.

Hundreds of mourners assembled outside a Lower Manhattan courthouse late Saturday to pay their respects to the jurist.