Fungi are eukaryotic cells. Special characteristics of fungi are the plasmalemma with a cell membrane containing ergosterol and the cell wall consisting of glycopeptides and chitin. This special membrane composition is the site of action for most anti-fungal drugs.
Antibacterial drugs also affect fungi.
Extra info: Fungi have a completely different cell wall and protein synthesis machinery; so antibacterial drugs will not be effective.
Fungi are eukaryotic cells with 40S and 60S ribosomal subunits, endoplasmic reticulum, and Golgi apparatus.
Extra info: In contrast to bacteria and viruses, fungal cells are more similar to human cells.