Well I added one step to the tutorial:
1. Install and run dgVoodoo.
2. Add AvP2 folder to "Config folder / running instance"
3. Use following options in DirectX tab: dgVoodoo Virtual 3D Accelerated card and select 1024MB of VRAM.
5. Go to dgVoodoo\MS folder and copy its content to your AvP2 directory.
6. Run AvP2.exe, go to "Display" and in "Display" sub-window select dgVoodoo Dx Wrapper
7. Install ReShade 2.0
8. Go to "profiles" tab and click on + (I know, the gui of this tool is horrible). Add AvP2 to the list. [if asked about the API, select DirectX11]
9. Go to shaders tab, select shaders you want, and save.
10. Click on shader you want to configure and go to "shader settings" tab, make some changes and save.
11. Start the game and enjoy
This should work regardless of graphic card (if it don't support DX11 its not a GPU in my eyes). Well, almost, if you have Intel GPU then there is no hope for you. It won't work.