At the last time the concept of the curved space-time as the some medium with stress tensor σαβon the right part of Einstein equation is extensively studied in the frame of the Sakharov - Wheeler metric elasticity(Sakharov (1967), Wheeler (1970)). The physical cosmology pre- dicts a different phase transitions (Linde (1990), Guth (1991)). In the frame of Relativistic Theory of Finite Deformations (RTFD) (Gusev (1986)) the transition from the initial stateof the Universe (Minkowskian's vacuum, quasi-vacuum(Gliner (1965), Zel'dovich (1968)) to the final stateof the Universe(Friedmann space, de Sitter space) has the form of phase transition(Gusev (1989) which is connected with different space-time symmetry of the initial and final states of Universe(from the point of view of isometric groupGnof space). In the RTFD (Gusev (1983), Gusev (1989)) the space-time is described by deformation tensorof the three-dimensional surfaces, and the Einstein's equations are viewed as the constitutive relations between the deformations ∊αβand stresses σαβ. The vacuum state of Universe have the visible zero physical characteristics and one is unsteady relatively quantum and topological deformations (Gunzig & Nardone (1989), Guth (1991)). Deformations of vacuum state, identifying with empty Mikowskian's space are described the deformations tensor ∊αβ, wherethe metrical tensor of deformation state of 3-geometry on the hypersurface, which is ortogonaled to the four-velocityis the 3 -geometry of initial state,is a projection tensor.