Interfaces are of utmost importance in catalytic reactions, influencing reaction kinetics and electron transfer processes. However, investigations in combined interfaces of metal-oxide and oxide-oxide at heterogeneous catalysts still have challenges due to their complex structure. Herein, we synthesized well-defined Co3O4 and CeO2 cubes with distinct facets and investigated their catalytic performance when deposited on a Pt-thin film, focusing on the influence of metal-oxide and oxide-oxide interfaces. Catalytic measurements demonstrated that the CeO2/Pt interface significantly enhanced turnover frequency (TOF) and selectivity for partial methanol oxidation compared to Co3O4/Pt and bare Pt. Notably, the CeO2/Co3O4/Pt nanodevice exhibited improved partial oxidation selectivity, highlighting the role of the CeO2/Co3O4 interface in methyl formate production. Chemicurrent measurements demonstrate enhanced hot electron generation due to increased overall TOF and partial oxidation production. We also conducted near ambient pressure X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (NAP-XPS) analysis, revealing a higher concentration of Ce3+ ions and increased oxygen vacancies in the CeO2/Co3O4/Pt catalyst, suggesting oxygen migration from CeO2 to Co3O4, leading to methoxy species stabilization and promoting methyl formate formation.