What is the classification of 3dim positively curved Alexandrov space? And if a 3dim positively curved Alexandrov space has a totally (quasi)geodesic subset,then the classification?
I guess you are interested in topological classification (?). Given a 3dimensional Alexandrov space $M$, you can always find an other Alexandrov space $\bar M$ with isometric involution $J$ such that
This is almost an answer to your first question. If $M$ is compact and simply connected then $M$ has to be homeomorphic to one of the following (I might miss something):
If noncompact then you get in addition $\mathbb R^3$ and cone over $\mathbb R\mathrm P^2$. If the space has a totally quasigeodesic surface then cutting along this surface should give you an Alexandrov space with boundary. Since the curvature is positive it should be disc or ball in cone over $\mathbb R\mathrm P^2$. So you original space is described by an isometric involution of the boundary of one of these spaces. 

