Brhans' comment is correct, most JK flip-flops have either Reset inputs or both Reset and Set inputs. Interestingly, the JK flip-fl;ops provided in the CircuitLab editor don't have Resets either.
The following circuit should do what you need:
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It took a fair amount of logic (three pairs of AND/OR gates) to steer the clock from its counting configuration to the one needed to reset the flip-flops. For testing, I used a 1 Hz clock.
The K inputs are always at 1 (+5v), the J inputs are 1 or 0 (ground) depending on the state of the reset pushbutton. When it is not depressed, the line going to the J inputs is pulled high by the 4K resistor.
I am showing just a simple switch for the reset, which is not debounced; in a real circuit this would probably be a logic output from some other part of the cuircuit.
The three NOT gates are to provide a short delay (ns) so the J lead is pulled to 0 before the clock goes from 1 to 0, clocking the flip-flops.
I simulated this in CircuitLab and it seems to work well.