It is implied in the last line of the story, "'He had never slept in a better bed,' Rainsford decided," (Connell 13) that Rainsford kills Zeroff and sleeps in his bed. This is the resolution because it concludes the story, and resolves the conflict.
Conflict- Man vs. Self
"Thank you, I'm a hunter, not a murderer." (Connell 4) The major conflict in this story is between Zaroff and Rainsford, with Zaroff hunting Rainsford, who is trying to survive.
Another major conflict is shown when Rainsford falls into a swamp, and is nearly pulled down into the quicksand before pulling himself out.
One more subtle conflict is when Rainsford realizes that the general had found him on the first night, even though he had set a complicated trail for him to follow, terrifying him. He then must calm himself and continue on his escape.