An ISR should be kept as short as possible, since while it runs, no other interrupts can be handled (including the one powering the
delay() function. Thus you cannot delay that easy inside an ISR and you shouldn't do it either.
Instead you should set a simple flag variable in the ISR and then check this flag inside your
loop() function. If the flag is set, you can execute the corresponding code inside the main code instead of inside an ISR.
A typical flag definition is a single byte (since then every read/write action is atomic and cannot be interrupted by an ISR). Be sure to set it volatile, so that the compiler knows, that this variable may change any time.
volatile byte interrupt_flag = 0;
In the ISR you can set this variable to 1 for example and then in your main
// Do whatever you need to do here
interrupt_flag = 0; // reset the flag variable