Well this could be good news or bad news, but here it is anyway. The orchid in your photo is not a Phaius orchid. You have a Maudiae type Paphiopedilum. Until it blooms for you, I cannot tell you exactly what color it's going to be, but, it will more than likely be green, burgundy, or a combination of those. The immediate difference is, as you suspected, the foliage. Phaius orchids grow into large, leafy plants averaging 2 ft. in height and 3 ft. across. Their flowers are usually on thick stalks bearing 8-10 flowers each. The plant's foliage grows in the vertical direction. The Paph in your picture will have a single spike from each new growth and will usually have only one flower on the spike. This plant puts out a new growth each year. The new growth will then flower if conditions are right: diffused light, water twice a week, fertilizer once a week. What's nice is, when the plant is not in flower, the foliage is still attractive.
The good news: You have an orchid you can grow in your home without too much difficulty.