In this paper a simple and tunable reflective polarization converter has been investigated numerically based on metamaterial which composes of a two-corner-cut square patch resonator with a slit embedded into Vanadium dioxide film (VO2) and reflective ground layer. All the results obtained by the CST Microwave Studio show that the polarization conversion ratio (PCR) above 90% is achieved from 2.22-5.42THz at the temperature about 25°C under the linearly and circularly polarized wave incidence normally. In addition, the influences on electromagnetic polarization properties have been demonstrated with the insulator-to-metal phase transition of the Vanadium dioxide film (VO2) film by the method of varying the temperature. At the same time, to be demonstrated, the physical mechanism of changeable polarization conversion has been discussed by the distributions of current densities. According to the results, the designed metamaterial could be applied in the area of temperature-controlled sensing, THz wireless communication, tunable polarized devices.