If you just want to round a number then _.round is no different then Math.round in that regard, and there is not much of a difference.
Rounding works following the convention that a fraction of one half or higher is rounded up to the next whole number, and any fraction lower is rounded down. If you want to always round down no matter what there is _.floor, and _.ceil, as wel as the corresponding Math.floor, and Math.ceil as well.
The one feature that makes _.round, a little more robust is there a second argument can be given to set the precision of the number.
This is useful when it comes rounding a number that has to do with money to just two decimals. However when it comes to formating a number for presentation to the user it will not do everything when it comes formating numbers. To help with this there are padding methods like _.padStart.
So when it comes to using lodash just for this method alone that makes using the full lodash library kind of silly. It might be possible to just install the lodash round method alone as one way of going about addressing that. However it should not be to hard to work out or find some kind of user space solution for this sort of thing. Well after doing some digging I as able to find this rounding solution that seems to work okay, however I have not gone trew every possible number example to see if there is some kind of weir problem with it.