His painting compositions were characterized by the unity of material traces and figurative plans with objects exposed in infinite transformations. They offered a common denominator wich must have interlaced themes wich determined him that early creation period like the Execution Ground, Icarus' Fall and certainly the Forgotten Contents of a Snail.
No matter how well his latter pictures like the Batllefield or the big composition of the Kozara Dubica show a stir of relics and mergence of geological and human matter, more and more frequent pieces of art of memory and commemoration today confirm specific dedication of his several decades long opus.
Miljus' loyalty to his early motives is characterized by geometric poligons and fields undoubtedly. We witness the language of art pointing historical memory through separate scales and intensity of black ink on papers.