Jupiter Doesn't Technically Revolve Around Sun
When smaller objects orbit bigger objects, the smaller object doesn’t travel around the larger in a perfect circle- both objects orbit a meshed centre of gravity. In a way, they meet in the middle. This isn’t the case with Jupiter.
Jupiter is about 2.5 times the mass of all other planets in our solar system combined, which means its heavy enough that the centre of gravity between the Sun and Jupiter isn’t actually inside the sun but just above the sun’s surface.
Essentially, because the gas giant is so hefty its centre of mass with the Sun lies 1.07 solar radii from the middle of the sun- 7% of a sun radius over the surface of the sun