first of all they were poets painters and architects, but think that most recognizable elaboration of their Vision was through the movie Metropolis by Fritz Lang where he ridiculed the philosophical trend of deus-ex-machina  tho where it gives clear perspective what any possible technocratic and transhumanistic future will bring ...
... but the picture without frame is not complet thing, what would be the italian ideologists of Futurism which emerged before ww-I in architecture  stretching their logic even on lifestyle  so I'll speculate that futurism was true right wing surrealism which later had found counterpart in the left wing surrealism  as if there was futurist utopian vibe around the left and the right intellectual european cream that was dreaming for neverland through own prisms ...
Marinetti, who admired speed, had a minor car accident outside Milan in 1909 when he veered into a ditch to avoid two cyclists. He referred to the accident in the Futurist Manifesto: the Marinetti who was helped out of the ditch was a new man, determined to end the pretense and decadence of the prevailing Liberty style. He discussed a new and strongly revolutionary programme with his friends, in which they should end every artistic relationship with the past, "destroy the museums, the libraries, every type of academy". Together, he wrote, "We will glorify war—the world's only hygiene—militarism, patriotism, the destructive gesture of freedom-bringers, beautiful ideas worth dying for, and scorn for woman"
The marriage between art and reaction is nothing new. In the 20thcentury one of the earliest orchids to announce the birth of a fascistic form of art were The Futurists. Even now, the Futurist texts provide a clear understanding of how the seeds of fascist thought can be metamorphosed into a witch’s brew of poetry. The founder of the movement, the Italian Filippo Tommaso Emilio Marinetti, produced a body of critical writings which glorify speed, technology, war and nationalism. In his The Foundation and Manifesto of Futurism, Marinetti proclaims, “we glorify war, sole cleanser of the world.” More eloquent exclamations would announce, “let’s kill off the moonlight” and “Yes, our very sinews insist on war and scorn for women.” Futurist poetics glorified masculinity and scorned the warm ideals of romantic love, for to live meant to take, to destroy the old world and create something terrible and new. Anarchists and Marxists were condemned as delusional romantics, fighting for a world that could never be. Interestingly enough, Marinetti was never an anti-Semite, and once Benito Mussolini took power he encouraged the Duce not to carry out ethnic cleansing against the Italian Jewish population. Instead Marinetti’s philosophy was a kind of pure right-wing romanticism, a radical right-wing vision which ran counter to the more leftist, anarchic tendencies of the Dadaists and later Surrealists.
what is less noted tho, is the background behind futurism, which in Italy was fascism, thus it could be said definitely is word for capitalism, but dont forget aristocrats were just the prime ideologists behind it, while socialists around Mussolini should have expand it later ... tho that didnt happen, and after ww2 it got new globalist perspective through CIAM architecturally, altho even earlier pushed as such trend 
Back to the futurists: Italian art in the era of Fascism