Concrete-filled steel tubular (CFST) columns are widely used in construction of high-rise buildings and peers of bridges to increase the lateral stiffness of the buildings, the axial load capacity, ductility, toughness, and resistance of corrosion of the columns. The CFST columns have much superior characteristics compared with traditionally reinforced concrete columns. The position of the concrete and steel tube in the cross-section of the CFST column is the most appropriate solution in terms of the strength and ductility. The steel tube, which is placed outside of the cross-section of the column, withstand the bending moment effectively. The concrete that is placed into the steel tube delay the local buckling of the steel tube and increase the axial load capacity of the column due to continually lateral confining. This paper presents a review on experimental results of the axial behavior of CFST columns performed by various researchers.