I just tried searching the Windows Store for Cute PDF on my wife's Win8 computer. Turned up nothing. So, as I understand it, that means there is no Metro-based CutePDF app available which can be installed without developer-level access to the OS.
Now, what you're probably seeing in that screenshot (I didn't install CutePDF to test, but I think this is a reasonable guess) is the standard Print Properties dialog for a Metro-based application. CutePDF would have been installed on the Desktop, and its configuration applications and other dialog boxes would run on the Desktop, but other applications - including those running in Metro - will have access to use it just as they would any other printer.
Maybe @chrishoffman or another user who runs CutePDF on Windows 8 can verify this for us, and perhaps post more complete screenshots to demonstrate my point.