Massive Multiple-Input Multiple-Output (Massive MIMO) has been realized as a promising technology element for 5G wireless mobile communications, in which Spectral Efficiency (SE) and Energy Efficiency (EE) are two critical issues. Prior estimates have indicated that 57% energy consumption of cellular system comes from the operator, mostly used to feed the base station (BS). Yet previously, the User Equipment(UE) is focused on while studying the EE issue instead of BS. In this case, in this paper, an EE scheme that focuses on the optimization of BS energy consumption is proposed. Apart from the previous studies, which divides the coverage area by circuit section, the coverage area is divided by fan section with the help of Propagation theory for zoom in or zoom out. In the proposal, transmission model and parameters related to EE is deduced first. Afterwards, the Cellular Partition Zooming (CPZ) scheme is proposed where the BS can zoom in to maintain the coverage area or zoom out to save the energy. Comprehensive simulation results demonstrate that CPZ presents better EE performance with negligible impact on the transmission rate.