In 1967, Viktor Alekseevich graduated from secondary school № 1 in the city of Krasnoslobodsk. Later, in 1967, he went to Gorky State University at the department of the history and philological school and finished his studies in 1969. In 1976 Viktor Alekseevich was a graduate of the department of journalism of the Faculty of Philology, Voronezh State University.
During the years 1969-1970 Viktor Alekseevich worked at the editorial office of the Krasnoslobodsk district newspaper and at the republican youth newspaper, from 1970-1971. He worked his way up from a correspondent-organizer of the district broadcasting and a copyreader to editor-in-chief (since 1989) at the editorial office of the district newspaper "For Communism" (since 1991 - "Semilukskaya live").
In 1986-1989 was employed as the Head of Semiluksky District Party Committee. In the years 1993-2006, several newspapers regularly published satirical poems of Lyutov.
His satirical poems were published in the Moscow newspaper "Selskaya Life", "Literary Newspaper", in the periodicals of the Voronezh Region. Viktor Alekseevich is the author of a collection of poems published in Voronezh: "Where unhappy savages live" (1996), "And among the great ones, I was fourth" (2001), "Playing by Zero" (2003) and others.
Winner of numerous awards, including the diploma of the XIIIth International Festival of Journalists, 2008, village Dagomys, Krasnodar Territory for his remarkable contribution to journalism.