Chubarov's paintings are characterized by their great looseness in composition and dominated by lines. They seem initially indecipherable, as they follow the so-called All-Over principle eliminates any emphasis on the center, and afforded the artist the opportunity to move freely across the large canvasses. His works are covered in several layers of lineal ornamentation, while both micro- and macrostructures interpenetrate in the painting process.
The work on canvas is carried out in stages, rather than all at once. Sometimes rounded lines extend from one edge of the painting to the other, then being replaced by stronger thicker patterns of lines in combination with thin rectangular, square or triangular colorful and black blotches.