"My dream is to make the club self-sufficient within four or five years," said Fedun who has invested almost $1 billion since buying Spartak in 2003.
"The club does not represent a business venture for me right now," he told local media.
"It's more like a social mission, almost like it is for Bill Gates who spends 90 percent of his money on social projects," added Fedun of the American billionaire owner of Microsoft.
Fedun is rated among Russia's 20 richest men by Forbes magazine, with a net worth of $7.1 billion.
He has invested more than $500 million in the construction of a new ground for Spartak that is due to open in early 2014 in the north-west of Moscow.
Last month Fedun sold the naming rights on the stadium - which is due to host group matches in the 2017 Confederations Cup and the World Cup the following year - to a local bank in a six-year deal worth more than $40 million.
Spartak are the country's most popular and successful club with nine domestic titles between 1992-2001 but they have not won a trophy since lifting the Russian Cup in 2003.
They are fourth in the table, 11 points behind bitter city rivals and league leaders CSKA, with 10 matches left this season.