Let's start at the beginning...
Here we have Mars on the march, leaving death and destruction behind him. The Warrior's path begins at the blood red sunrise far in the distance, as he marches relentlessly forward.
To his left, cities are aflame; to his right lay the ashes of destruction. But we must remember here, creation of the new can only happen with the destruction of the old. Granted, the Warrior takes this to extremes. Such is the energy of Aries, the fire of Spring.
He wields the sword in his right hand, signifying that he cuts away with the power of the rational mind, not from the emotional or intuitive side.
His shield, on the intuitive side, depicts the wheel of the year. Two swords cross-- this reminds me of the two of swords--truce. At the shield's center is a wolf's head. The spirit here is wild, but with proper control, the wolf can become the dog.
The Warrior's facial expression seems to me one of hesitation. It is as if he feels that there is another method to clear a path for creation, but he doesn't know what it is. Again, the sword and shield.
Astrologically, this card can represent the sign Aries, the planet Mars, and the first house.
How about your impression of the Warrior?