Prevention of tumor and cancer can be done by early detection using a scanner such as Computed Tomography (CT) Scan and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). However, those modalities have high production cost and considerable size. The alternative used to overcome this problem is using microwave imaging. Microwave imaging requires large measurement data to improve image quality. To overcome these weaknesses, this research process is algorithmic reconstruct the microwave images with lower number of measurements using Compressive Sensing (CS) approach. CS enables reconstructing a signal from a smaller number of measurements than which is required in the conventional sampling method. This research contributes by adding spatial information using total variation (TV) and solving the problem of optimization using Alternating Direction Method of Multipliers (ADMM). This research were analyzed for the qualitative and quantitative performance. Parameters used in quantitative analysis are MSE and SSIM. The results of this research show that the proposed algorithm successfully implemented the reconstruction of CS by adding TV in terms of image quality and quantitative parameters.