This paper analyzes the pressure distribution on the platform screen door (PSD) subjected to a moving train running through a station in the tunnel. The advantages of adopting PSD design are to reduce the cooling load and the construction cost in mass rapid transport underground station. However, as the moving train enters or leaves the station, the PSD will face a long-term wind oscillation pressure force. For the safety design, dynamic simulation is requisite for the analysis of pressure force exerted on the PSD. The present study uses the commercial code PHOENICS to simulate dynamically the pressure and velocity distribution on the platform screen door. The results show that the maximum pressure on the platform screen door occurs at 6 m behind the front platform end with the values of 1,457 and 942 Pa, as the train moving speeds are 80km/hr and 65km/hr respectively. It is also indicated that the ratio of the different maximum pressures exerted on the PSD has a linear relationship with the square of train speed ratio for two different train speeds.