Electrolytical layers of Ni-Mo alloys with polypyrrole, polytiofene and polyethylene were deposited on steel substrate (St3S, 4 cm2). After structural analyses of as quenched samples performed by X-ray diffraction it was noticed that the solid solution of Mo in Ni is observed. After annealing in an argon atmosphere the solid solution of Mo in Ni is becomeing more stable and crystalites are growing to the size of 200 – 300 Å. After annealing in an air atmosphere X-ray diffraction patterns show presence of phases: NiO, MoO, NiCO3, Mo2N. The unit cell parameters of solid solution after annealing are smaller than parameters of as quenched samples what means that the solid solution has been decomposing.