clamscan works for Ubuntu home as default. It can be made to scan other partitions, including windows partitions, provided you define the path properly.
I tried in the terminal:
sudo clamscan -r --move=/tmp/virus /mnt/windows-partition
The first error was about
/tmp/virus. There was no such directory in my system. So I had to create it.
Then again there was an error for
/mnt/windows-partition: No such file or directory
WARNING: /mnt/windows-partition: Can't access file
The path can be found by double right clicking on the Windows partition on the left menu. Then, on the left pane, if you hover the cursor the path details are shown. Else right click on the Windows partition, left click on "Properties", then you will find in the Basic Menu "Location: /media/"volume_name" (without quotes. This will be after Name, Type, Contents) and add the "Name" of the partition on top, such as:
("Name_of_partition". 16 digits in my case)
I tried the following
clamscan command and it worked:
sudo clamscan -r --move=/tmp/virus /media/"volume_name"/2ABC123903A129B4A
I had "Flash Pro" malware, which was choking my internet browsing both in Windows 8.1 and Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 bit version.