We have succeeded for the first time to simulate dynamic phase transition from metal to vapor. This success is due to the CIP (Cubic-Interpolated Pseudo-particle/Propagation) method that can treat solid, liquid and gas together and can trace a sharp interface even with one grid. We report here the application to laser-induced evaporation and formation of milk crown in three dimensions. The simulation reveals how the double structure of the milk crown is formed. The "ornament of the crown" is generated by the Rayleigh-Taylor instability in the deceleration phase of radial motion and then stable laminar belt appears beneath the ornament.