Titanium plates coated by iron were fabricated electrochemically as a candidate hydrogen isotope permeation window for liquid lithium. Contacting the window to liquid lithium containing deuterium between 673 and 873 K, its permeation behavior and resistance to degradation were investigated. The iron-coated window showed less permeability than the bare titanium window as well as good agreement with the theoretical value. Furthermore, the iron layer at the vacuum side surface strongly improved oxidation resistance. Decrease of permeability for 2 hours air exposure could be recovered within 30 hours in the case of the coated window, while that of the bare titanium window could not. The coated permeation window is promising regarding high permeability and antidegradation properties.