Jesus here claims that he's to be honoured, just as the Father is honoured. Jehovah's Witnesses believe that the name of the Father is Jehovah. So, Jesus is claiming that he has to be honoured in the same way that Jehovah is honoured.
Considering Jehovah's Witnesses believe Jesus to be a created thing, Michael the Archangel, considering the Governing Body teaches them that Jesus was just a "good man" (a great man, admittedly), considering that Jesus will be mentioned 5 or 6 times fewer per Watchtower magazine as Jehovah, considering statements like the following (to be found in the August 2008 Watchtower magazine, page 17, paragraph 4:
Jehovah and “the faithful and discreet slave” deeply appreciate all their past and present contributions to the Kingdom work. (Matt 24:45)Considering all of that, and more, my question for Jehovah's Witnesses is, how exactly do you honour Jesus, just as you honour the Father?