Academics and prosthetics are interested in gait evaluation since it is a highly focused research field. There is a lot of literature in this field because it is a popular diagnostic tool for measuring abnormalities and the beginning of musculoskeletal illnesses. Although there are several gait measurement Techniques (GMT) for motion analysis in the literature, there are only a few studies that indicate the comparative analysis and applicability of different methodologies. The goal of this work is to give a useful recapitulation of various gait assessment methods and to investigate the relative prevalence of various GMT based on several researchers' applications. The findings of a comprehensive review of gait measurement methods utilising the PRISMA methodology are summarised in this publication. A total of 53 research articles published between 1989 and 2021 were considered for critical review. The categories of gait measurement systems were compared and ranked using the Analytic Hierarchy Process, based on particular criteria (AHP). The review helps to summarise many areas of gait analysis, including task kinds, gait characteristics, and gait measurement techniques. The study compares gait assessment methods using a specially created capacity index and gives appropriate mappings between these aspects. It also includes helpful advice for choosing gait systems depending on the criteria.