Holograms are the optical devices to reconstruct images by recovering amplitude and phase of light, which show many applications in our daily life. Recently, the metasurfaces, an array of sub-wavelength antenna, show the abilities to manipulate both the amplitude and phase of incident electromagnetic wave in a wide electromagnetic region from visible to microwave frequencies. Here, we realized a high-efficiency broadband plasmonic metasurface and metahologram by reflected metasurface made of subwavelength gold nanoantennas which is designed and fabricated in optical frequencies. The reconstructed images of our metahologram show polarization-controlled dual images with high contrast, functioning for both coherent and incoherent light sources within a broad spectral range and under a wide range of incidence angles. Aluminum plasmonics based metaholograms with multi-images, multi-channels, or multiplexing at different wavelengths, on the other hand, prefer narrower plasmonic resonances and less phase levels to realize multi-color metahologram. By combining with the techniques of tunable metasurfaces, metahologram can potentially be used to realize active hologram that works at arbitrary electromagnetic wave region.