What are you going to be doing with this system? If you are looking for a solid board at a reasonable cost I would start by looking at the ASRock Z77 Extreme4 maybe the Intel DZ77SL-50K (If you are not looking for SLI or Xfire). If you are looking for something a little more robust then the Asus P8Z77-V or the Asus P8Z77-V Pro.
I love my Asus Z77-V Pro, certainly has all the necessary features (plenty of USB 2.0, 3.0, PCI slots for xFire or SLI) as well as an included wireless module that gets pretty damn good signal and the antennae has magnets on it and is actually fairly attractive looking, I stuck it right to the side of my case.
Nothing is truly future-proof, but, things that should be considered in "future-proofing" is the size of the socket (will future CPU's fit), PCI speed and amount (add GPU's in the future to keep performance up), total amount of installable RAM (32gb on this board, likely to be enough for quite a while), things like that. So, yes, it would be good for the next 5 years or so if you do not need to upgrade the CPU (i7 3770k should be capable for several years).