Linux has to have a desktop that is intuitively written and not too different from the Windows menu system.
Oh, it "has to", eh? Pray tell, why? Is it because Windows is the be-all end-all of graphical user interfaces? Is it because Windows has some kind of technical advantage over GNOME and KDE? Or is it simply because armchair software designers like yourself believe that their unfounded opinions are somehow supposed to be convincing to people who actually have a background in human-computer interaction and software engineering?

In other words, if you have arguments as to why an emulation of Windows is the best approach for someone designing a new desktop environment GUI, please present them in a coherent matter-of-fact manner. Otherwise, don't be surprised when nobody pays you any attention.