lol.. I remember when I thought like that.
you don't need to do anything special... you just need to make sure the media that you are transporting it on (floppy, usb, whatever) is formatted in something that can be read from windows (if you can browse the floppy in windows, it already is, if not, see below). and then all you have to do is just copy the files across with drag and drop, or copy-paste, or from the commandline with "cp" or whatever method you usually would copy files with.
to format your floppy in windows, right-click A: -> format. in the windows that opens up, choose FAT or FAT32 as the filesystem, and check the "quick format" checkbox to make it format faster, then click "start".
if there is an option to format in NTFS as well as FAT and FAT32, don't choose NTFS or linux will not be able to use it.