"No, Soviet AF was quite strong in the end of the war. But if you say that West had a lot of heavy bombers and Russians haven't good high altitude interceptor even in development, because air war on Eastern Front was going mostly under 4000m for a number of reasons, I would agree that it could give some advantage to West."
The Russians had absolutely nothing capable of stopping US/RAF heavy bombers until the introduction of the YAK-15.
In late 45, the US and RAF were already fielding jet fighter squadrons(Shooting Star and Meteors- late 44 for the meteor).
Allied naval power would not be irrelevant because the Allies could do a D-day style landing BEHIND russian forces in Eastern Germany/Europe...cutting them completely off. The Russians wouldn't be able to do a damned thing to stop that either. The US fielded over 100 carriers by the end of WWII. They'd have all been available for support of such a landing had a war with the Russians erupted.