I have little experiences in configuring the 'fstab'. I'm looking for any GUI tool that helps me with this. If possible based on gtk and should be available in Debian.
How about pysdm
Clicking the gear icon for a particular partition in disks provides a menu option called 'Edit Mount Options'. Here in, set the Automatic Mount Options to 'OFF'. Thereafter proceed to define your custom mount point (for that you may wish to create your directory e.g. sudo mkdir /mnt/windows)
The comments=gvfs-show is key (don't forget to the comment= else it won't work in Ubuntu 14.04)
Changing the filesystem type from auto to the correct type (ntfs, ext4, xfs etc.) is also recommended.
I use gnome-disk-utility which provides the GUI tool 'Disks'
sudo apt-get install gnome-disk-utility
I'm using this in Linux Mint 17.3 (Ubuntu/Debian based) with cinnamon.
You also mention in a comment that you are not a gnome user, but you have not specified what you are using?