The problem of definition and analysis of genetic programs of any classes of hybrid EM-objects is considered. Matrix and symbolical approach to synthesis and analysis of the genetic programs defining the principles of the structural organization of hybrid electromechanical objects are offered here. Authors conducted decoding and analysis of the generalized genetic program of the intrageneric level which results open possibility of structural foresight and directed synthesis of hybrid electromechanical objects with the set properties. The electromagnetic system properties of hybrid objects of intrageneric level are defined. It is shown that the spatial structure of the resultant field "is sensitive" to morphology and topology, i.e. is defined by the spatial geometry and orientability of the field source. Moreover, the correlation between spatial distribution of a resultant field and a physical condition of the moving secondary environment of the converter, caused by genetic predisposition of a hybrid chromosome is discovered here.