The yellow leaf is likely due to the stress of it being shipped barefoot and I am assuming dry. You should remove it it will not recover, and your plant needs to use its energy to re-root not maintain a dying leaf.
Gloriosum is a creeping/scrambling philodendron, sometimes ti will have its true stem (the trunk) slightly aboveground. New plants will emerge from the trunk as it grows and ages. I think yours is planted a little too deeply. Also you should amend the potting mix with a lot of perlite and fir bark or coconut husk chips to make it well draining.
If its warm and humid outside, it would be much better to put the plant outside than keep it inside. It can use the humidity. Hopefully it had a decent root system? All you can do it so let it try to get re-established. Don't overwater it.
These are some of mine, growing in the ground