A basic algorithm of 3D sparse matrix multiplication (BASMM) is presented using one dimensional (1D) arrays which is used further for multiplying two 3D sparse matrices using Linked Lists. In this algorithm, a general concept is derived in which we enter non- zeros elements in 1st and 2nd sparse matrices (3D) but store that values in 1D arrays and linked lists so that zeros could be removed or ignored to store in memory. The positions of that non-zero value are also stored in memory like row and column position. In this way space complexity is decreased. There are two ways to store the sparse matrix in memory. First is row major order and another is column major order. But, in this algorithm, row major order is used. Now multiplying those two matrices with the help of BASMM algorithm, time complexity also decreased. For the implementation of this, simple c programming and concepts of data structures are used which are very easy to understand for everyone.