Note for anyone that (like myself) missed that this is future tens (will prevail): zvítězit is the perfective form and can only represent future or past tense. To represent present tense (skip "will"), we have to use the imperfective form vítězit.
Kéž by to tak bude!
Kéž by to(mu) tak bylo! ;)
Probably the most famous and important sentence in Czech (well, Czechoslovak to nr precize) history. Nice!
The "tooltip" over nenavistí shows (correctly) "nad lží a nenavistí," but translates this as "over love and hatred."