It is well known that the motion of a target induces range migration, especially for high-resolution synthetic aperture radar (SAR) systems. Ground moving target imaging necessitates the correction of the unknown range migration. To finely refocus a moving target, one must accurately obtain the motion parameters for compensating the target trajectory. However, in practice, these parameters usually cannot be precisely estimated. This paper proposes a new imaging approach for ground moving targets without a priori knowledge of their motion parameters. In the devised method, the azimuth compression function is constructed in range frequency domain, which can eliminate the coupling effect between range and azimuth. Theoretical analysis confirms that the methodology can precisely focus targets without interpolation procedure. The effectiveness of the proposed imaging technique is demonstrated by both simulated and real airborne SAR data.